Reason 263: Because You Can Still Raise Your Children Outside Of The Police State

Did you ever wonder how, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…” became, “It is against the law to exercise your religion” (Unless you’re a Muslim)?   But here’s the million dollar question. Do you think that this could have been accomplished without the help of the schoolhouse? Or do you think this morphing of laws just kind of… happened?

In this season of graduations. it’s that time of year when the local magistrates are out doing their level best to ensure the fragile and delicate well-being of the local atheist is not offended. So we will be seeing the usual slew of stories like this one:

Here’s What This Valedictorian Did After He Was Told NOT To Pray At Grad Ceremony

Don’t confuse this with a victory. It’s not. It was a small, and soon to be forgotten rebellion, a rebellion that the institution willingly rolls with. I’d personally prefer that the graduation rebellion had been against the Gospel being taught at the schoolhouse on graduation day with the schoolhouse responding with confidence that the Gospel is a good thing.  But the only magistrates I see with confidence are God haters. It doesn’t surprise me that a well grounded Christian becomes Valedictorian, no more than it surprises me that 95 percent of the rest of the students have been trained and indoctrinated by the schoolhouse and the campus culture; all of which will go on to vote for strong atheist candidates who will reinterpret and redefine words until the documents upon which our freedoms are established in government become the very documents that put us in chains.

As for as this situation is concerned, good for them. I’m glad. And it doesn’t surprise me that a well grounded Christian becomes Valedictorian, no more than it surprises me that 95 percent of the rest of the students have been trained and indoctrinated by the schoolhouse and the campus culture; all of which will go on to vote for strong atheist candidates who will reinterpret and redefine words until the likes of this young man will be dealt with ever more severely.

But that day is not yet. You’re still free to not bet on the stacked deck that is the public school system when it comes to your child’s eternal welfare. You are still free to make your bet where the house rules are in your favor, which is your own house. And that’s as it should be.

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