OK, Here's one for ya.
There is an ER nurse in one of the local hospitals, who is satanic. (hard to believe here in the south). Anyway, several members of a church are trying to get her fired.
Now, she is not doing anything wrong. From what I understand, she is a good nurse. It's not like she goes around chanting and wears black nailpolish & stuff. I think she does where a pentagram around her neck (which is not a symbol of the devil, although people think it is, since it is always associated w/ it).
Here is my question. Should she be allowed to be a nurse, especially, in the ER, where serious cases are & people die?
My opinion (which I am not a nurse yet), is that, This country was founded on religious freedom. People forget that. It should be no ones business what anyone believes in. If she was offering the death of a person up to the devil, or something, that is wrong. Although as Christians (I'm catholic), we offer up souls to God. See the double edge sword there.
And why is she a nurse? Nurses are suppose to help people. Real satanic people do not help people. There might be an alterior motive to her actions. Who knows.
I know that one of the BIG reasons I want to become a nurse, is that it is a form of ministry to God - helping your fellow man/women. AND, I do want to say a prayer to God when I know someone is going to die.
So, what do you think?