There are two institutions involved in teaching at the local community level—churches and schools. Contemporary interpretation of law insists that the two are separated, but they have many things in common.
In Loudoun County, Va., concerned parents started a movement over the teaching of Critical Race Theory and the grooming of young children by the homosexual community. This was the beginning of parents taking back the very local essence of school governance, which is how the Constitution intended it. Churches are also very local, yet parents lag behind the school parental rights movement in addressing the teaching of extra biblical and bad doctrine in the church. Both have similar consequences.
Loudoun County parents rebelled against a school board that turned a deaf ear to opposition of their tyrannical leftist stance to allow the teaching of a false history that demonized all white people, and the board’s position on allowing the sexual grooming of children. This local action is as it was intended by the US Constitution, that school boards would be local and autonomous from the power of the federal government. It was only when federal funds were introduced to school systems that schools were beholden to government policy.
Don’t want the government in your kid’s business? Don’t accept federal funds. Another excellent example of the exercise of parental rights is found in Florida.
Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) signed a parental rights bill into law, which the extreme left politicos and corporations fought tooth and nail. Parents and children are the big winners. These LGBTQ+ clubs at schools and sympathetic teachers aim to confuse and groom our children for their own sexual agenda through their anti-bullying programs in schools. In any other time of history, this would have been considered pedophilia.
And you know what? Disney, which exercises huge influence over children through its entertainment properties, was exposed as an ally in perverting our children’s minds. DeSantis and the Florida legislature had enough bullying and stripped Disney of its special tax status.
Many churches distort the teachings of the Bible, have over-philosophized scripture, and teach an extra-biblical, emotional and self-indulgent version of the gospel—enough so that they have lost an estimated 60% of millennials who were raised in the church. This impacts society as a whole.
2 Timothy 3:14-15 says, “Continue in the things which you have learned and have been assured of, knowing of whom you have learned them. And that from a child you have known the holy scriptures, which are able to make you wise unto salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus.”
Church and school have in common the education of our generations—one morally and one academically. When neither are adhering to their mission, the result is a decline in society. You have the authority and responsibility to remove those who promote such.
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