Friday, March 25, 2011

Don't Tell Me That You Love Me... II

Are these children being loved? Is it an attribute of love and mercy to not talk about the political party that is behind this? Is unity so dear that we would willingly sacrifice the minds of these children at its altar? What kind of hell will this morally retarded generation pour out on our children's children in the name of love and social justice? Where are you O church?

Hat Tip Geeeeez


Fredd said...

I read the column at Geeez and was pretty disturbed by this. California is a trainwreck, and getting messier every day.

They have no hope of turning things around until they hit rock bottom, and there is no where to go from there but up. Is this rock bottom in CA? Probably not...

Glenn E. Chatfield said...

I saw this a while back also. What is distressing is that this is a Quaker school. And they want to be known as Christians?!?!

The best thing that could happen for California is a quake at the state border which drops the whole state into the ocean!

Dan said...

Fred, when this is what the next generation is being taught you are right, they are not at the bottom, nor are they in a place where they can see the bottom. Confidence in financial bale outs from the rest of the union will also help to prevent them from even realizing they are in fact in free fall.

Glen, I didn't know that these schools wanted to be known as Christian; but with the prevalence of apostate teachers and kowtowing preachers, it doesn't surprise me.

Glenn E. Chatfield said...

I don't know about the schools, but Quakers claim to be Christian. There actually are some groups who are fairly orthodox, but for the most part Quakers are far-left in their theology, and often very mystical.

And this was at a Quaker school.

Craig and Heather said...

Love does not condone sinful behavior as "good for the individual and beneficial to society".

Personally, I think part of the reason this sort of thing happens in our schools is that so many American parents feel it is of primary importance that children receive a "good" education (as definined by...?). The notion that parents are incapable of providing what a child needs has been pushed for years and we have been led to believe that the only way for American children to be able to have a good life is for parents to defer to "professionals" who supposedly know best how to teach kids.

If we don't want our children to be absorbing this sort of godlessness in their formative years, it's probably best to remove them from the envrionments in which these ideas thrive.


Craig and Heather said...



Dan said...

(as definined by...?)

I'm increasingly convinced that at least part of the problem we are facing, and I have commented on your blog about this, is how our words are defined. Words have become code to mean different things to different people. I couldn't help but wonder exactly how the people in the video advocating these things would define their terms. The fact is, they cannot. Christians ought to know this.

Z said...

Fredd, we're a trainwreck, but this is Massachusetts!

Glenn, I promise, I'll NEVER say that about wherever you live...what a thing to say.
Gee, I'm wondering why you didn't save us from Obama? There are SO many Conservatives in California yet we get blamed for the whacks and not getting rid of them?? really? ...and even wished earthquakes? Wow.

Heather (HI!) ..If I'm not mistaken, the video shows mothers holding their children in their laps, too. This is a private school, those parents know exactly what their poor children are being abused with.
My friend with two small sons is fighting her school right now about the sex education they're getting.

If anybody thinks this is peculiar to California OR Massachusetts, they're so dead wrong, sadly.

Dan, thanks for your terrific comment on my Soros article..much appreciated.

Glenn E. Chatfield said...

Z - it was hyperbole - a bit of humor!

Craig and Heather said...

Words have become code to mean different things to different people.

I believe you are right, Dan. Your other blog site offers a good example. Interestingly, my husband and I were discussing a similar theme with friends yesterday.

Perhaps the meaningless of words tends to reflect the lack of foundation so many people feel since the establishement of postmodernism's assertion that there is no "absolute truth" on which to base anything. While I know the ambiguity affects much more than our religious beliefs, I think it is interesting to note that John's gospel introduces Christ as "The Word".

Hi Z!

Thanks for your clarification on parant approval/participation. I had some distractions while I was trying to listen to the first part of the clip, so wasn't examining the visual aspect as closely as I probably should have--although did pick up that it was a private school.

The fact that this stuff is not being taught under the table to children of unsuspecting parents makes the whole thing even more disturbing.

It's really too bad your friend is having to do battle over a sex education course.


Anonymous said...

Glen, sure Quakers consider themselves Christian. But understand that now that same-sex marriage is legal in Mass. it must be taught as normal.

What I find disturbing is the fact that they show all these kids famous gay people. And they are the focus, without mention that even though there is a higher percentage of gays in the entertainment industry, it is still not truly representitive of the population.

The school is giving the impression that there are so many homosexuals than actual populations suggest. And of course if there are so many, it must be completely normal...right?

Glenn E. Chatfield said...

I disagree. Just because same-sex marriage is legal in MA, that doesn't mean the school has to teach about it at all.

Christian Ease said...

I shouldn't comment at all ... I couldn't watch it all. Looks, at a glance, like child abuse to me. Where's the parents? Afterall, that's who God entrusted them [the children] too.