Monday, December 29, 2008

The Revolution is Spreading

It looks like many Christians share my own sentiments about public education:

Voddie Baucham, Jr., author of "Family Driven Faith," noted children spend about 14,000 hours in public schools.

"Whoever controls those 14,000 hours controls our children's worldview," he said, citing Charles Francis Potter, a signer of the Humanist Manifesto. He wrote, "What can theistic Sunday school meeting for an hour once a week do to stem the tide of a five day program of humanist teaching?"

"The left knows that whoever controls the children owns the future. That's why so many '60s radicals like Bill Ayers went into education. Now they effectively control the government school system and its curriculum. But worse, we give them our children," Shortt said.

Moore said his plan is simple:

"That all families, churches, pastors, major Christian ministries and organizations, concentrate for one year on extracting Christian children from the pagan, godless public schools."

"State-run public schools have become destructive to our children's Christian faith. They no longer educate but rather indoctrinate. Not only morally corrupt, public schools are unsafe because of the violence and crime that occurs in them on a regular basis," the campaign says.
The truth is that secular humanism can not stand on its own. It needs government and government programs to continue it's immoral and corrupt teachings. This is why being a Christian libertarian is the only moral choice to make. The less government there is, the more religious freedom we will have and we will be better able to spread God's Word without fear from the government.

To be a Christian and a libertarian is the only sane choice in this world.