Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Religious public schools are unconstitutional

Nothing is clearer in the Constitution than that there be no official state religion, or state-sponsored religious activity. This school is tribal and separatist, and is therefore both unAmerican and unchristian.

Why christians should care:

Who gets to decide which brand of "correct" religion the school will teach to children required to attend there because of zoning? Who gets to decide the ignore the Constitution?

America's first settlers came here seeking, among other things, religious freedom. To them, that meant freedom from oppressive religious zealots and bullies.

I wonder how Baptists would react if their children were zoned to a school that taught one of the many Native American religions.


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