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BATTLELINES FORMING LOUDOUN COUNTY
Most people don’t think of politics as a type of warfare, but politics is a type of warfare, albeit bloodless warfare in better times. Politics is information warfare. We define our causes, strive for and support our causes, and get our supporters to the polls to vote. Instead of contending for ground, we fight over who leads us. We fight over public policy, and we pray that the strife between us will not grow so heated we begin killing each other.
These times threaten to become less than better times. As the innumerable “racial justice” riots last summer and the riot at our Capitol indicate, some are growing increasingly angry. Why? Well, here is one reason. Instead of being taught HOW to think, our schools are teaching our children WHAT to…
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Frankly, when I first read your post and use of the word war to describe what is occurring in your State, I thought the word war and fighting over political differences was perhaps too extreme.
However, I later read a Chicago Tribune article of what politicians are now proposing in Illinois which is in essence a revenge quest for power to control private religious schools.
Your following statement and use of war is spot on in my view.
“Is the difference between teaching our children to think for themselves and doctrinal instruction that requires obedience to the state worth fighting over? “
That is because this same war has been in existence and described 2000 years ago in this verse,
“Then touched he their eyes, saying, according to your faith be it unto you.” (Matthew 9:29)
Christians need their eyes touched to wake up and wise up to see the same war of power over our minds and our children is and always has been, and always will be in exitance by those who eyes have never been touched by Christ.
We Christians need to open our eyes to see what is taking place in our Nation.
In my opinion, school choice or school vouchers is the best way to win the war for our children and grandchildren’s future which was in the sight of our Nation founders when they wrote the First Amendment.
If interested, read my last question about an ulterior motive and discern if it is the same war in our contemporary times as it has been and will be for every new generations.
And if so, what happens to future generations who lose the war of words and minds of children as evidenced in history.
Sadly, it is war with bullets and bombs?
Teachers Union’s Revenge or …? King Solomon Blog – Rudy u Martinka (rudymartinka.com)
Regards and goodwill blogging.
If parents understand the threat posed by people trying to indoctrinate the children instead of teaching them to think, then we will see school vouchers. That’s why I didn’t make it a strictly religious issue. The issue is whether we will raise our children as human beings who can worship God or as dogs who worship men.
Not too sure parents even know what indoctrinated means because they have been indoctrinated.
Regards and goodwill blogging.
The American Revolution was won by a minority of the population of the 13 colonies. About 5000 determined men in the Continental Army stuck it out. George Washington’s greatest claim to fame is that he would not give up. It was a long war.
So, no I don’t expect to persuade huge numbers. I just hope to encourage a few.