It’s the start of a new school year, and millions of Christian parents have sent their children to anti-Christian public schools to be “taught” by unionized teachers who labor to turn our children against us. Then they send them to college to finish the job.
Know this: We have totally lost control over our schools: we have no say in who runs the schools, who teaches, or what is taught.
It seems the school board took action because they were scared of being sued for showing overt hostility to Christianity and Christians. Supreme Court recently said you can’t do that. But don’t look for any “human rights” commissions to stop doing it.
As it is, the traditional Christmas holiday that always used to be observed by schools is mostly now a thing not to be mentioned: now the holiday is usually spoken of as some kind of “winter” celebration.
Secular tinhorns can’t make up their minds about which religion they’re trying to establish as the official state religion of America–atheism or retro paganism. Either way, public education is on board. Anything but Jesus, is their motto.
And Christians continue to send their kids to these schools because ________?
We live in a dark age. Sing louder! It may let in some light.
Now what? That’s what I want to know. They, the leftist cretins who run the school, say “It’s against the law!” (what law?) to invoke the name of Jesus Christ anywhere but in church or at home. So what are you guys gonna do about this kid who broke “the law”? Like, her high school days are over–you can’t give her detention, or make her write on the blackboard “I will not mention Jesus Christ” a hundred times.
Besides which, the assembled community at the graduation ceremony, by their long ovation for the girl, made it very clear whose side they were on.
So what are they going to do? Have the police arrest her for “breaking the law”? That’d go over big. Uh, contact the college she’s signed up to go to, and try to get them to kick her out? Or they could change the whole graduation format, and just not allow any more student speeches. That way they wouldn’t have to worry about anyone ever speaking the name of Jesus.
Why do school officials act like the devil in The Exorcist?
See, I’m betting these people, and all who are like them, wouldn’t dare do anything but back down if society stood up to them–as this one girl, by herself, stood up to the Christophobes at Beaver High. There are so vastly more of us than there are of them, I’m betting they’ll fold like cheap cameras if we all stand up to them. Let’s just see if they dare more than that. Let’s see!
Our God is an awesome God, and He will bless us if we stand tall for His Son.
The other day I reported that the school next door to me had deleted the words “under God”–as in “one nation under God”–from the Pledge of Allegiance. In fact, I’d first noticed that back in April.
This morning, “under God” was back.
What gives? Had people called up the school board to complain? Or did the fact that school board elections are just around the corner have anything to do with it?
I’ll be keeping my ears peeled, to try to discern whether there’s any pattern in this. I could always contact the board myself, and ask for an explanation, but for the time being I prefer to wait and see.
Right next door to me there is a public grade school with a loud and intrusive PA system. We get to listen to all the school’s announcements, all day long.
Each morning they put a child on the microphone to lead the others in reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. Today, and not for the first time, the words “under God” were missing: just “one nation, indivisible,” etc.
I don’t think we need to look much farther for a reason why our country is in the state it’s in.
There was no court order, no legislation, no demand by the townsfolk to strike “under God” from the pledge. “School officials,” whoever they might be, took it upon themselves to do so. Because, you know, children must be protected from the God who created them and sent His only begotten Son to earth to win for them eternal life.
I guess God isn’t “inclusive.”
So now the kiddies learn to say “one nation”… under what? Under nothing? Nobody? That would leave the nation–the state–as the supreme authority. We have no king but Caesar.
Is it too late to warn the educators, “Be careful what you wish for”? Maybe if you’ve got a thing for talking to fire hydrants, or preaching to chunks of cement, you might want to discuss this matter with school officials.
I say again: Christian parents who wish to raise Christian children don’t send their children to a public school.