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School Vouchers & The Separation of Church and State

Note:  I am not arguing for a theocracy but against an atheocracy or a society that is actively hostile to religious faith and religious believers.

The argument for the “separation of church and state” as advanced by some radical atheist groups is not based on truth but on a lie that has been told repeatedly. And, while I don’t condemn anyone who unwittingly believes this lie, I do take issue with those that knowingly perpetuate the lie. These are those that claim that the mere mention of God is unconstitutional in the public space, while they simultaneously promote the indoctrination of our children into secular humanism and Marxism in our public schools, colleges, and universities.

This lie is promulgated in our public school system when a child is told that it is unlawful to bring a Bible to school, write a report on a Biblical character, or wear a shirt with a Biblical message on it, all acts that are protected by the “free exercise” clause in the First Amendment of the United States Constitution.  While this type of public shaming by school administrators would be considered inappropriate in other instances, exceptions are made by radical atheists when it fits their agenda to advance their doctrine and remove opposing views. (Kudos to those  administrators and educators that know the law and take care to see that it is applied correctly.)

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