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American Schools Gone Mad

While on Facebook, I watched an RT video about satanism being taught to kids in Orange County, Florida in the form of coloring books. The schools in that state are promoting that all religions are created equally.

I think this video was posted on youtube in 2014. So, who knows that they are doing now in 2018. Maybe they are now promoting the trannie or unisex alien look, which is the newest trend nowadays for people who don’t have better things to do with their life.

I am glad I don’t have kids for nowadays because this is what schools are teaching kids.

What do you think?

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Written by Fifi Leigh

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  1. I don’t see that there’s a problem here – as long as a distinction is made between teaching children about religions and teaching them to follow a particular religion.

    In the UK, all children – by law – are required to have Religious Education in schools. However, it has long been the case that the old notion of RE – solely referring to Christianity – was not appropriate in an increasingly diverse nation that is home to people of many religious traditions and none. Moves are now underway to make compulsory what has long been the practice in many schools, which is to include lessons that explain and discuss all world religions, plus atheism, agnosticism and humanism. That is surely a good move.

    I remember being taught in school about Hinduism and Islam, as well as Christianity, and that was back in the 1960s!

    The most important thing when looking at Religion as a school subject is to treat it purely as an academic discipline and not try to influence children to follow any particular religion or to believe its teachings. The aim should be to understand what it is that certain people believe and how those beliefs affect the ways they live – if everybody did this, then the world could become a more tolerant and peaceful place.

    On that basis, Satanism is as valid as Christianity as a subject for classroom discussion.

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