Why Your Children Should Not Be Someone Else’s Experiment

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I want to show you three little video clips, then I’ll read an article to you, and then I’ll give you the last part of my point for you to get. I believe what I said to you… Our children should not be other people’s experiment! I’m going to prove to you, today, that the intent and the history of our current educational system is designed for your children to be their experiment, so that they can do some things that they have on their agenda.

(Bishop Pierce shows the videos.  You can watch it on RockCCBaltimore YouTube. The first video is by Cal Thomas, who is a newsman. He did a show called “Lost Generation: Abandoning Traditional American Values”. Then there’s one about younger children turning towards socialism and one by Lawrence Jones who is a newsman.)

All of this that’s going on has come from something. They’ve learned from somewhere. They didn’t just conjure it up in their own head.   They’re not smart enough. None of us in here knew anything until somebody taught us.

There is a philosophy that they have made sure that they have instilled and sewn into every level of school and every level of learning in our culture, today. Secular Humanism is excluding God from schools and society. It’s an attempt to function as a civilized society with the exclusion of God and His moral principles. During the last several decades humanists have been very successful in propagating their beliefs. Their primary approach is to target the youth through the public school systems.

Humanist, Charles F. Potter, writes this, “Education is thus a most powerful ally of humanism, and every American school is a school of humanism. What can a theistic Sunday school’s meeting for an hour once a week and teaching only a fraction of the children do to stem the tide of the five-day program of humanistic teaching?” Charles Potter was part of the start of the Humanistic Manifesto in 1930 when it was first written.

There is more to this message! You can watch it on YouTube at RockCCBaltimore!

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