Prayer Issue in Schools

In your article, an ACLU lawyer urged the Supreme Court to bar prayers at public high school graduation ceremonies. But in another article ("Has Time Run Out?" Feb. 7), you state that million of evangelical Christians and other Americans are trying to understand the Mideast crisis and are studying the Bible in order to ascertain if we are approaching a future and final conflagration and Armageddon.

In my opinion, prayers should be allowed at public high school graduations. I think that more Americans should not only start praying, but also studying the Bible and preparing for such prophetic events and end-time scenarios and watching Jerusalem and the nation of Israel.

KENNETH LLOYD LARSON

Los Angeles

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