Sunday, October 3, 2010

Sunday School (Good Halloween News)

Here is the link to this exact story on their official site.
My comments are added in orange.

Several Cities Move Official Halloween Celebration

Move Made To Help School Children

POSTED: 6:40 pm CDT October 3, 2010
UPDATED: 8:52 pm CDT October 3, 2010

OKLAHOMA CITY The decision by several Oklahoma City area community leaders to celebrate Halloween a day early is stirring a spirited debate.

Edmond, Midwest City, Oklahoma City and Yukon officials have issued proclamations moving the date from Oct. 31, a Sunday, to Oct. 30. Norman stuck with Oct. 31. Yay!

Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett's chief of staff, David Holt, said the non-binding decision has more to do with Sunday being the night before school than with it being the day in which church services are held.
Because, being politically correct has hit the bible belt.

First United Methodist Church pastor Mark McAdow said the move is convenient for those who want to go to Sunday evening services, but he said he wouldn't be bothered if children go trick-or-treating on Sunday.
Because, "keeping the Sabbath day holy" is a commandment open to interpretation-right?

Edmond resident Jason Sipe said Halloween should be celebrated on Oct. 31.
Because, he is so blessed to have the freedom to choose his beliefs.

Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

OK, I am nieve. Am I breaking the copyright here by reposting this? Does a blog with very small readership count as redistributing? I don't know. I get no monetary compensation for this thing. I have nothing to gain or lose. (Just maybe someone might take offense or something.) Anyway-KOKO, I linked you above. I gave all the details, I'm not making any gain off this little post. I hope I haven't wronged you. I am grateful for the news you reported and I found this late Sunday night.

Thank you for the good news this Sabbath evening.

4 comments:

  1. It's my understanding that you aren't breaking copyright because you have included a link to the original news story and giving credit to the authors. Remember, this is a new story, not a published text where someone is being paid royalties based on how many copies they sell.

    And let me shout a big "Amen!" to all your comments, by the way :)

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  2. Hi, saw you from a post in the Freckles and Fudge community. Like the blog. Newest follower :)

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  3. Thanks, Anita!

    Hi, Veronica! So glad you're here!
    Hope you come visit often.

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