Friday, September 25th, 2009 | Author:

Regular readers know that I’m not a fan of public education. I’ve sounded off on this several times, most recently after Obama’s recent speech to the kids.

Well, I hate to say “I told you so,” but … I told you so. Watch this video and tell me you still want to turn your kids over to the government. Note: The singing kids are a little hard to understand, so here’s a transcript of the lyrics so you can follow along as they obediently put Obama in Jesus’ place. Here’s a Fox story about the controversy.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    This is an outrage, but not a surprise. I went to Fox news to read the lyrics and then the comments. The comments show me how much the adults have been already indoctrinated into humanism and as the Bible says their minds are blinded to the TRUTH of the GOSPEL. (2 Cor. 4:4) We know that those who don't believe are held captive to do the will of the devil.(2 Tim. 2:26) Most of these same people who deny indoctrination embrace evolution to some degree. The blinders are lifted in Christ only.

    I teach my children at home and am very thankful for my Church that helps me do so. I've heard some of the arguments to keep your Christian children in government schools to be a witness. Perhaps a few are called to do so, but God's Word is true that bad company corrupts good morals.(1 Cor.15:33) There are the many scriptures like 2 Cor. 6:17, "Therefore, come out from their mist and be separate, says the Lord. And do not touch what is unclean; And I will welcome you," that speak to being separate from the world(unbelievers and their doctrines). All of these Christian children in government school will be a witness of all kinds of antichrist spirits who will chip away at their faith: 6-8 hrs a day 5 days a week for 180 days per year. It doesn't add up for me to expose my children to these unbelievers who are in authority to teach my children what is true and what is right or wrong. I'm not saying all in authority are unbelievers because there are some lights among the darkness, but they are adults(teachers) not children.

    This is such a hot topic between Christians. This situation in NJ should prove to believers the agenda of the government schools to allow all worship except the Creator. Remember the true stories of the Christmas Carols that were altered to remove all words referring to Jesus as LORD, to keep the MYTH of separation of Church and state pure, as they practice what they preach against (that's another subject, so I'll stop here).

    I hope this opens the eyes and ears of parents across our nation who compromise their faith(in Christ) by ignoring their responsibility for their children's eternal destiny.


  2. AKA Angrywhiteman says:

    Another interesting article in the same thread posted on the 26th;

  3. akaGaGa says:

    @TC Thanks for sharing your thoughts and your experience. As for sending your kids to public school as a witness: I'm with you. The education they receive is more about political correctness and tolerance than reading and writing. At the very least, having to adhere to one set of beliefs at home and another at school would be confusing for a child. At the worst, as you said, "bad company corrupts good morals" and "a little leaven leavens the whole loaf."

    I think most Christians who support government schools, whatever their rationalization, are in reality choosing the easy way out. They have swallowed the koolaid and don't want to sacrifice the second income that buys their nice homes and boats and vacations. They like having the government as a "free" babysitter, so they deceive themselves that they aren't selling out their children to buy their chosen lifestyle.

    @aka Thanks for the link about charter schools. I'm not surprised that ANY education is better than public education.

    FYI: The link is easier to find if you click on the title of the particular article, instead of just providing the blog title: