National Day Of Prayer

Speaker denounces relativism, concept of 'new tolerance'

by W. Winston Skinner

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Jeffrey Leo

Heads bowed, participants in the National Day of Prayer event in downtown Newnan take time from their work and other activities to pray at the Greenville Street Park Thursday.

Christian bio-ethicist Scott Klusendorf says Christians need to have the courage to stand for their convictions in the face of a society where relativism is increasingly dominant.

Klusendorf, president of Life Training Institute, was the keynote speaker for the annual National Day of Prayer Breakfast given by the Newnan Kiwanis Club. This year’s breakfast, held Thursday morning in the fellowship hall at First Baptist Church of Newnan, drew about 90 people.

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