Christian parents must stop sacrificing their children at the altar of Baal. It's time to say no.
Source: World Net Daily
What is this in reaction to — are Christians suddenly instructing their children in Satanic rituals? No, much worse: they are sending their children to public schools where they are taught the science of evolution rather than religious ideology and pseudoscience, like creationism.
For my Christian friends who are fond of taking out of context Jesus' words about "rendering unto Caesar" in justifying their hapless, unthinking, obsequious and compliant subservience to the official atheism that has rooted itself in government schools, I would like to point out that this is not even an act of civil disobedience. ...
Can you afford to have your children brainwashed into the pseudo-scientific doctrines of atheism and secular humanism?
Atheism isn't even a doctrine, much less a pseudo-scientific one; humanism at least is a philosophy, but it doesn't pretend to be science so it can't be dismissed as "pseudoscience." It also isn't the case that either atheism or secular humanism are taught, much less indoctrinated, in public schools. All that's happening is that the schools are refusing to single out conservative Christianity for special treatment, privileges, and endorsement. Apparently, not being privileged is the same as being discriminated against in certain Christian circles.
Study these words from the Apostle Paul to the Corinthians (II Corinthians 6:14-18): "Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness?" ...
This is not advice against marrying a non-believer, as you may have been told by the purveyors of Christianity lite. It's a warning about submitting to the world's authority – something far too many Christian Americans are doing. That's what we do when we turn our innocent young children over to pharaoh.
It strikes me as more than a little callous to compare the absence of explicit Christianity in public schools to what the Bible describes as happening to the Jews in ancient Egypt. Christian children aren't suffering because public schools don't teach the same things as Sunday School, they are simply experiencing the same things that adherents of every other religion are experiencing. I've yet to find a Christian who could explain how and why this is a bad thing.
I'm tempted to support Christian efforts to pull out of public schools because that would eliminate conflicts over school curricula — or at least religious conflicts like over teaching creationism or having Bible classes. I'm unwilling to go so far, however, because I think that it would be bad for the nation if an entire generation of Christians grows up ignorant of basic science and reasoning.
The absence of exposure to children of other faiths, cultures, and beliefs would also have a detrimental impact on their development. Strict sectarian separation in the schools appears to have been a major contributor to violence in Ireland, for example. Kids who are only ever exposed to one point of view will be more likely to end up narrow-minded, prejudiced, and bigoted. However narrow the religious indoctrination of some evangelical Children may be, public schools are likely the one place where their horizons are broadened at all. If they lose that, everyone loses something as well.