Sunday, February 17, 2013

Put Him Back? Where?

Put God back in the schools, eh?

How about you just take your kid out?

Seriously, where does your allegiance lie?  You may not be old enough to have even been in public school when they started banning expressions of religion or belief (except, of course, belief in evolution), or maybe you're like me and were homeschooled your whole life.  But, if you have or are planning to have your children educated by the government, and you are yet complaining about God not being "allowed" in schools, that's rather hypocritical.  I mean, you are probably aware that government has all but declared belief in the Bible to be a mental illness, and that they have declared war on individual liberty in general, yet you insist on sending your child to be "educated" by them regardless of those facts?

When they kicked God out of the schools, all the Christians should have gone with Him.

Where do your loyalties lie?  With God or with government?  In whom do you put your trust?  In which institution would you rather your child be raised, in the family or in the government?  It is the place of the family to raise the children, because that's the way God said He wanted it.

Maybe put God back in the family?  Maybe put God back in the church?  Government is the one institution I can imagine whose daily duties are not necessarily contingent on theology.  Government, contrary to popular opinion, can be secular.  In fact, it should be secular in nature.  However, that will only work if our other institutions of family, church and free market are in good, working order in our collective relationship with God.

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