• The Endless Debate About The Holy Cross

    Date: 2019.01.10 | Category: General | Tags: ,

    Christian symbols do not belong in State schools the new Lower Saxony agricultural Minister ozkan the debate to the cross at the federal level was again revived. Mrs ozkan declared inter alia in a focus interview: Christian symbols do not belong in public schools () “.” Has wife ozkan want to so that really refer to the judgment of the Federal Constitutional Court, or were they out of political immaturity? The policy program of the CDU is unknown, in: Christian symbols will remain visible in the public space? You are also to protect the Christian Sundays and holidays”. Immediately reported to the newsmakers in the CDU/CSU and showed flag. Prime Minister Christian Wulff distanced himself clearly from the attitude of his Minister. What would have happened if they had not signed up, but had similar to silence the majority of politicians as the massacres and expulsions of the Assyrian Christians in the Iraq? The majority of opinions defended that Hang (or attach) the crucifixes, some explained its meaning but often rather from tradition and Christian style. But only a few on the religious significance of the cross pointed.

    The Student Union even urged woman ozkan, not assume their Office. In the Germany radio, the integration Commissioner of the Government Maria Bohmer, argued that we are in a centuries-old Christian tradition in Germany and are crucifixes in schools are our tradition and our understanding of the value expression. You pointing out that the German understanding of values. “The CDU politician Ronald Pofalla made earlier in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung on the C” on behalf of the Christian Democratic Union “attentive and explained:”As the party that carries the Christian in his name, we want to maintain the commitment to Christianity in public space”. “This is groundbreaking until today in the CDU, but internally as well externally, the question arises to what extent the C” even one Has meaning in the policy of the CDU.