score five, and you’re an ace!
try this quote:
Official ACE literature says “students are taught to see life from God’s point of view.” Religious instruction is not a separate subject: “Biblical principles and concepts are interwoven into all aspects of the curriculum.” In English, for example, students are given examples of interrogative sentences: “Do you know Jesus as your personal Saviour? Can you ever praise Him enough?” and asked to underline the correct verb in a sentence like “Jesus (is, are) good.”
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Guff like this makes my eyes water and teeth itch. So shall we look at some of the claims made here?
Taught “to see life from God’s point of view” … wow. Given that God is Omniscient (knows everything) and Omnipresent (the wee bugger is everywhere—present in every grain of sand, planet, star, dog poop etc, both out to beyond the farthest reaches of infinity and in every poisoned dinner ever served).
I don’t believe anyone can transmit such a viewpoint …
AT THIS POINT YOU
may wonder where I’m going with this? Let me set you at rest: no further.
I’m just restating that religious ‘schooling’ doesn’t teach one to think but to blindly accept:
RELIGIONS DON’T WANT
I am either right or wrong—
- If wrong, challenge me
- If right—note that it’s YOUR income they’re after,
… what are you going to do about it?
(Sniff) … all these blasted religions have put me out of a job …