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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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Reason 232: Because You Have No Say In Government Education

In the 1920’s, in the very heart of “The Bible Belt, the ACLU orchestrated an attack on the teaching of creationism in Dayton Tennessee. It was a battle that they lost, but a war that they won. Parents would now have to send their children to school to be taught that their existence was nothing more than happenstance. These children grew up and filled the courts.

In the 1960’s, the courts found in the constitution that prayer in school was unconstitutional. It hadn’t been there before, but these now grown up children steeped in an evolutionary mindset suddenly discovered it. It was a de facto constitutional amendment. Parents would now have to send their children to school to be taught a more militant form of evolutionary fantasy with the expulsion of anything God.

In the 1970’s the courts found in the constitution that it was a human right for a mother to murder her unborn child. That right hadn’t been there before, but these now grown up children, steeped in Godlessness evolutionary thinking didn’t care. The butchers at Planned Parenthood were given the green light and would shortly have the red carpet laid out for them at the government schoolhouse. Parents? If you don’t like it, shut up.

Last year the courts found in the constitution that the word marriage, as it had always been defined, had been redefined. It had always throughout human history been defined and understood as what it is, but now the courts went against the will of the people and found in the constitution that it was illegal to define it that way anymore.

Soon the courts will redefine the words male and female. The schoolhouse has played its part in that too. Here is a story of just one of those battles.

Minnesota Parents Sue To Get Trans Classes In Kindergarten

The issue became public when the Edwards demanded the school present transgender materials and information to their child’s classmates. “Key components included a letter to be sent home to kindergarten families notifying them of the transition; use of the book ‘I Am Jazz‘ in each kindergarten classroom; and communications for any families who asked about opting out of the classroom education, to direct them to equivalent content and to outline behavior expectations,” the complaint states.

While the school was initially willing to implement such materials, even considering an additional book, “My Princess Boy,” school officials changed their minds after backlash from parents who didn’t want transgenderism taught at such a young age. Some parents believed an opt-out would not be sufficient because the information would inevitably be spread to the other students who did not receive the instruction directly. As a result, the school chose to enforce its anti-bulling policy and not conduct gender re-education.

None of us have escaped the indoctrination cycles. Those who hate their creator are committed to erasing Him, and will stop at nothing. To give an inch is to give a mile. These poor parents want to hold some semblance of normalcy without being painted as haters and bigots.  I’m sorry, but there’s no middle of the road on this one.

It doesn’t matter how this particular case turns out. Parents and their children will loose. They lost the day they sent their children to be indoctrinated by a God hating state because they are more worried about their material well-being than their spiritual well-being.

The schoolhouse is in free-fall with the rest of society. You, as a parent, will have no say in what goes on there. But you will have every say in what goes on in your house. Keep them home.

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Reason 196: Because Only Dead Fish Float Down The Institution’s River Of Distruction

Imagine, if you will, a university professor way back in 1965 proclaiming that it is evil for anyone to oppose two men getting married; or that it was evil to stop a boy who is “confused” about his gender from being allowed to use the girl’s locker room at the schoolhouse. That was a short half century ago, yet we know that that professor would have been considered mentally ill for suggesting such things at that time. So how did we get from the mores of 1965 to today’s morality? Well, the answer is sitting just down the street from your house. It’s a big government building with a flat roof and a fence around it. No matter where you are as you read this, there’s a good chance you’re within walking distance of one of these buildings. And it was inside these buildings that the changes took place, almost imperceptible to those who were not paying attention; to those who trusted that institution because it was the same one that they were indoctrinated in themselves. But little by little, precept by precept, line by line, the schoolhouse changed the thinking of a nation to accept what ought not be accepted.

That was then. This is now, and now we have a story, from the author of Outlasting the Gay Revolution, that looks at the new army of “gay bullies” that are the fruit of the institution. He discusses the goings on in universities around the Western world mostly, but as you read his work, keep in mind a couple of things. First, To be qualified to work in your neighborhood’s  government building, a teacher must be “certified” by these universities. Second, the changes you’re experiencing have not occurred, they are occurring. We are not living in a static reality that exists now in post-Christian America.  We are living in the midst of dynamic times. There is no destination for the institution’s much touted “progress”, only movement… down the river if you will. The indoctrination going on now is just as “cutting edge” as it was back in the forties when the children were being prepared to become the secular humanists by which the roads were paved for the  Supreme Court to overstep it bounds by “outlawing” prayer in school, or in the fifties when children were being prepared to accept the killing of innocent human beings in the womb, and so on… and on…  it goes. While you, dear parent, are simply fighting the present, the institution is preparing your child to accept its abominations in the future.

So keep this in mind as you read this article:

As Predicted, Here Come The Gay Bullies

But also keep in mind as you read that it’s not just “gay bullies”. It’s transgender bullies, wealth redistribution bullies, atheist bullies, anti-family bullies, pro-centralized government power bullies, anti-gun bullies, racism bullies, pedophile bullies, planned parenthood bullies, and more. And when you send your child to the bully instituion you are also sending your child an unspoken message that says, “dear child of mine, I accept these bullies.” So don’t be surprised to discover that your child has floated down the river, like a dead fish, that you put him in. Best to swim against the river, and the best way to do that is to not put your child in the rapids in the first place.

 

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Reason 50: Because Your Child Will Be Taught Lies About Religious Freedom

The government school down the street is a religious institution… and you need to know that. Your child will be taught a religion there. What religion? Secular Humanism, a religion that is intolerant of Christianity because it doesn’t bow its knee to the humanists. And such defyance cannot and indeed will not, be tolerated by the state.

So we have Joe Kennedy, a Christian football coach who dares to do something so terrible that it has lots of people up in arms. He says a little prayer at the end of the game… in public. Gasp! State forbid any student think there is a God beyond the state.

From Breitbart:

Although Kennedy does not instruct or encourage any students to join him when he prays, the school board had ordered him never again to pray in public.

After each football game for the past seven years, Kennedy, who is the assistant coach of the high school’s football team, waits until the players have left the football field, then walks onto the 50-yard line to kneel in quiet prayer for his students, thanking God for a good game and for the opportunity to be involved in his student’s lives, and praying for God’s blessing on their future. The prayer is very short—typically less than 30 seconds.

Make no mistake, those who have provided the foundation for making the decision to teach this coach a lesson for bowing his knee to anyone but the state, in public, and those who are complaining that the school is tolerating it, are cut from the same cloth. And all the while these students are being taught that they have religious freedom, because it is in our constitution. Yes, freedom with a million caveats. The students who have begun to pray with this coach are getting more education than they bargained for.

If you are going to teach your child about the real freedoms in the constitution, freedoms that have been stolen from you through state indoctrination, then you’re going to have to bring them home.

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Reason 18: Because The State Is Not Irreligious, It Is Anti the God Of The Bible

A coach in Washington is in danger of losing his job for praying on the fifty yard line.

If there really was no God, what difference would it make if someone “prayed” to nothing?  Ahhh but there is a God, and those who hate God know it.  They want the God of the Bible wiped away so that they won’t have to think of their coming judgement.  But it’s not enough that God be wiped from their view, the school is a tool in their hands used to wipe him from the next generation’s view.  He will not be tolerated.  If you want to pray, get yourself a prayer rug.  Then you can pray all you want.

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