Re: Scout Leaders Oath
Petey Parish (sfqm@SCFN.THPL.LIB.FL.US)
Mon, 18 Mar 1996 07:52:58 -0500
Yes, it is important in 1996 to do your duty to god and your conuntry.
Yes, there is a place for religion and politics in scouting. When that
stops being required to be a good citizen and scout, deal me out! A man
must stand for something, lest he fall for anything. Enough said.
Petey Parish Eagle's Dad
Scoutmaster Timucua District
Troop 11 Gulf Ridge Council
My doctor said "get in shape."
So the shape that I have chosen is a TRIANGLE.
On Mon, 18 Mar 1996, MARTIJN TONIES wrote:
> Is it, in 1996, still important to do your duty to God. Isn't
> Scouting a place where religion and politics aren't important? No
> matter what religion/politics you believe in, you still should be
> able to be a good scout? Why is it in the oath then?
> Martijn Tonies
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