Patricia Braverman-Knope (rhetoricians) wrote in thequestionclub,
Patricia Braverman-Knope
rhetoricians
thequestionclub

I am an officer in my college's honors society, and I have been asked to give the before-dinner invocation at our dinner banquet. While I don't have a copy of last year's speech, I do know that it somehow managed to involve a few repetitions of the word "God," which I am not really all that comfortable with. How do I deliver an invocation without making it blatantly religious? I know I just need to thank everyone for being together and say thanks for the food and such, but I don't know how to do it without a religious context. Anyone have any ideas?
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