Who needs "Youth Camps" when we have the public school system that extends on into "higher" education? In the name of political correctness and tolerance, what is happening? The program for the future. The next generation is our future. Sadly they are being schooled to be ruled!
A soldier was told by security that he couldn't enter his daughter's high school in uniform. That situation has since been publicly addressed by the principal or superintendent, stating there is no policy against military uniforms. How nice! The headlines about Michigan and the images from various cities do indicate big changes are coming. The headlines indicate the direction is moving away, far away, from "Star Spangled Patriotism!"
The news of the little boy in Florida is not exactly new, but I don't think we should let this decision fade into obscurity, just yet. The child was publicly shamed before his peers and those in authority sidestepped the actual issue in a response by the principal. “You child is permitted to read the Bible before school, after school and during lunch, in accordance to the law,” the letter states.
The following statement is quoted from the article, and includes a link for the full article.
He cited U.S. Department of Education guidance that allows for students to read their Bibles during non-instructional time. It reads in part, "...students students may read their Bibles or other scriptures, say grace before meals, and pray or study religious materials with fellow students during recess, the lunch hour, or other noninstructional time to the same extent that they may engage in nonreligious activities."
Meanwhile on the other side of the country we have two interesting situations taking place. First, an Arizona High School has made sure to accommodate Muslim students for their prayer time. Apparently, the separation of church and state does not cover separation of mosque and state. Arizona is headlined to be a very conservative state. Do not let this go under the radar . . . Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas recently stated that it would not be against the Constitution for states to declare a state religion. Since we are all well aware this is not really a G-dly country, much less a single religious nation, it is theoretically possible for Michigan to declare a state religion of Islam, while Texas declares itself to be Christian, while Colorado could go Wiccan . . . The potential foundation has been laid, and "politically correct tolerance" appears to be ready to build upon it!
A California State University has ruled that any student groups on campus, in order to be recognized, must not have religious regulation for leadership positions. So a Christian group, in order to be recognized on campus for discounts, etc. must open the ranks of leadership to those outside of the tenets of the Christian faith. In essence, this rule means a Christian group must make room for leadership outside of Christianity. It is considered discrimination for a Christian group to disallow a gay officer, a Muslim officer, or even an atheist officer. My thought here, is genuine outreach . . . These groups which are no longer allowed to be recognized should meet off campus, then join the more politically protected and correct groups that must also follow those rules, and make their presence known . . . or stop giving your hard earned money to a university that stands against your beliefs!
Yea, and all that will live G-dly in Messiah Y'hshuwah shall suffer persecution. words of the Apostle Paul to Pastor Timothy
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