So when is a Christian school not a Christian school?
When it’s in Canada.
The Battle River School Division, an arm of the government of Alberta, has ordered the Cornerstone Christian Academy to “refrain from reading or studying any scripture that could be considered offensive to particular individuals” (https://answersingenesis.org/religious-freedom/canada-forces-government-speech-and-bans-bible-verses/). The pagan authorities singled out I Corinthians 6:9-11 and Galatians 5:19-21–verses pertaining to God’s laws against sexual immorality, and the individual’s redemption from such sins by the grace of God–as scriptures that must not be read or studied in a Christian school.
“That could be considered offensive to particular individuals”–what does that mean? You can only study scriptures that can’t be considered offensive to anyone? Does that description fit anything ever published? I mean, they’re banning the whole Bible, aren’t they?
This has been going on since the pagan Roman authorities demanded that Christians sacrifice to the emperor as a god. It is the same thing.
God forbid that we as Christians knuckle under to this: because it would mean the corruption of our faith and the poisoning of our souls. I don’t know what would happen to the school if they resisted the government, but I do know that they must.
And for those of you who think, “Oh, that’s Canada! That could never happen here,” I need but two words: