Re: It's a religious thing.
Judith Kyrala (IACJYK@ASUACAD.BITNET)
Mon, 9 Dec 1991 17:12:41 MST
Have any religions applied and been denied that have met the basics of the
Scout Law? I don't think BSA ever claimed to be everything to everybody. God is
by some definitions without limits - but then what is other?
You need someone else's approval if you wish to have a BSA medal for your
system of beliefs - but no one forces you to get a medal.
And none of the medals seem to be representative of one person's beliefs
but those of a group that wishes to include scouting in their program.
Why would a group want to include scouting in their program if they
didn't share Scouting basics?
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City