Wednesday, July 25, 2018

#Prayer banned from schools #SCOTUS ruling 6/17/1963 #God #33 #111 #666 #1116 #42 #105 #227

Abington School District v. Schempp 
Argued February 27–28, 1963
Decided June 17, 1963 

Arguments start on  2/27 = 227 = PI 
Twenty two divided by seven" = 314 (English Ordinal)

Biblical Wars" = 111 (English Ordinal)
Rothschild" = 111 (Jewish Ordinal)
Mark of Beast" = 111 (English Ordinal)
Mark of Beast" = 666 (English Sumerian)
Mark of Beast" = 1116 (Reverse English Sumerian)
world domination" = 1116 (English Sumerian)

six six six" = 48 (Full Reduction)
Illuminati" = 48 (Full Reduction)

Decided 6+1+7+1+9+6+3=33

Freemason" = 42 (Full Reduction)
Zionism" = 42 (Full Reduction)
Mark of Beast" = 42 (Jewish Reduction)
Mark of Beast" = 666 (English Sumerian)
Mark of Beast" = 1116 (Reverse English Sumerian)
world domination" = 1116 (English Sumerian)

Zionism" = 105 (English Ordinal)
Mark of Beast" = 105 (Jewish Ordinal)
Mark of Beast" = 666 (English Sumerian)
Mark of Beast" = 1116 (Reverse English Sumerian)
world domination" = 1116 (English Sumerian)

The Abington case began when Edward Schempp, a Unitarian Universalist and a resident of Abington Township, Pennsylvania, filed suit against the Abington School District in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania to prohibit the enforcement of a Pennsylvania state law that required his children, specifically Ellery Schempp, to hear and sometimes read portions of the Bible as part of their public school education.

The views of various religious entities on the decision split between mainline Protestants and Jews, who in general strongly supported the decision, and evangelical Protestants and conservative Catholics, who strongly opposed the decision. Speaking from the conservative Protestant perspective, the Reverend Dr. Billy Graham said, "n my opinion ... the Supreme Court ... is wrong. ... Eighty percent of the American people want Bible reading and prayer in the schools. Why should a majority be so severely penalized ...?" The mainline denominations, with the exception of the Roman Catholic Church, registered less critical opinions of the verdict, in fact seeing it as a boon to religious freedom by its very limiting of governmental authority in the sphere of public schools.

"Unitarian Universalism" = 269 (English Ordinal)

Saint Valentine beheaded 2/14/269
In roman numerals
"II.XIV.CCLXIX" = 148 (English Ordinal)
"II.XIV.CCLXIX" = 149 (Reverse Ordinal)35th prime
"II.XIV.CCLXIX" = 67 (Full Reduction)
"II.XIV.CCLXIX" = 68 (Reverse Full Reduction)
"II.XIV.CCLXIX" = 888 (English Sumerian)
"II.XIV.CCLXIX" = 34 (Chaldean)

"II.XIV" = 37 (Full Reduction)12th prime
"II.XIV" = 73 (English Ordinal)21st prime
"II.XIV" = 14 (Chaldean)

"UU" = 6 (Full Reduction) U=3 U=3 =33

Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) is a liberal religious association of Unitarian Universalist congregations. It was formed in 5/15/1961 by the consolidation of the American Unitarian Association and the Universalist Church of America.

Mon, 15 May 1961 = 29th of Iyyar, 5721
"29th of Iyyar, 5721" = 144 (Jewish Ordinal)

"Unitarian Universalist" = 1011 (Satanic)

NPR has an article on UUA fighting "wassissm" dated 6/24 the founding date of freemasonry.

"The organization known as the Premier Grand Lodge of England was founded on 24 June 1717 as the 'Grand Lodge of London and Westminster'"

Unitarian Universalists Denounce White Supremacy, Make Leadership Changes

June 24, 20176:03 PM ET

"GJELTEN: Today, the Unitarian Universalist Association is one of the least diverse denominations in the country. Over 80 percent of the members are white. It's an embarrassing record for a church long-identified with progressive causes. An effort is now underway to change it, but it's been difficult"

It's always the way of "progressives" they wreck everybody eleses live with liberalism but not theirs.

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