"No one chose him to be police of our souls," Schafer said.
"I think it's entirely inappropriate for a chief of police, in his role as chief of police, to be advocating prayer either to his colleagues on the police force or to the general public."
But Clunis said faith informs every part of his being, and he doesn't think he should leave that part of himself behind when he goes to work.
I have to, and I am not in public office. So really? Yes you should, UNLESS your job is in church.
He said all citizens, even those who do not believe in prayer, should think about what they can do to build a safer city.
Of course. But what does that have to do with religion? Which ever works best for you. "Even those who do not believe in prayer"
Really? We, who do not believe in prayer, don't think about what we can do to build a safer city/country/community/family?