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Re: Lou's response-whatzghoenohn Phillipa

Posted by Dinah on October 26, 2010, at 8:13:50 [reposted on October 28, 2010, at 14:32:34 | original URL]

In reply to Re: Lou's response-whatzghoenohn Dinah, posted by Phillipa on October 25, 2010, at 22:33:22

Hmmm.... I suppose I have mixed feelings about the nurse. It would depend on the patient's feelings about the matter. I've been prayed over against my will, and it wasn't a good feeling. I think prayers against the will of the recipient perhaps ought not be done in public.

But if the patient wanted prayers, then the nurse would be praying *with* or *for* the patient rather than over him. I would find it shocking that someone would be fired for that, just as I'd be shocked for someone being fired for performing a pagan ritual for a fellow pagan.

Unless they were doing so instead of doing their duties or getting in the way of the procedure. Then I don't think that what they were fired for would be *praying* precisely.

Hard to say without knowing the facts.




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