Push Church In Schools:Trump Conservatives

//Push Church In Schools:Trump Conservatives

Push Church In Schools:Trump Conservatives

Even though it’s true spiritual Republicans have panted to create public education a theocratic endeavor for a couple of decades, it’s most likely true their attempts became paramount after a long term study’s results last year confirmed their worst nightmare.




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It appears reasonable to presume that some of Donald Trump’s support groups aren’t necessarily thrilled that their hero is “apparently” embroiled in a controversy between his ties to a hostile foreign government. The majority of his acolytes are likely not worried at all because this is America and with Republicans running the government, they understand the Ruskie sympathizer will emerge unscathed; Republican criminals constantly escape prosecution and Trump is just the same.

There’s one group that’s been relatively silent on Trump’s involvement with Russia and it’s a fair bet they’re observing that the focus on Trump-Russia is maintaining their unconstitutional actions off the media’s and Democrat’s radar; not that Democrats are always worried about the push toward institutionalizing theocracy as the principal role of public education. Democrats, such as the preponderance of the media, such as social media, are scared of facing or even reporting on whatever unconstitutional the religious right Republicans have in the works.

Even though it’s true spiritual Republicans have panted to create public education a theocratic endeavor for a couple of decades, it’s most likely true their attempts became paramount after a long term study’s results last year confirmed their worst nightmare.




Just about the time the presidential primaries were heating up annually, results reported from San Diego State University News Center confirmed what many additional, shorter-termed polls, surveys and general observations were recording for a decade. The results contradict assertions by evangelical conservatives that Americans are highly spiritual and detest secularism on general principles, but this isn’t necessarily why spiritual Republicans require that god, Christianity, and bible ascend into a dominant role in public life, such as public schools.

The report noted Americans were five times less likely to plead, and about half as likely to believe in god, or state the Christian bible was “divinely inspired.” In actuality, of the nearly 59,000 respondents queried, most say they do not even “privately practice faith or describe themselves as religious. ” It’s, in any world, an acutely depressing downward trend for the religious right and affirmation that Americans support secularism in government exactly as the Founding Fathers intended in creating the U.S. Constitution.

That sort of news is likely what’s driving the religious Republican attempts to force god-bible into public schools because they think their godly mandate is “to create the United States a godly Christian country. Dismantling of the Education Department to ease putting bible and god in public classrooms.

The report’s requirements can be summed up thus; “the recovery of schooling in America that promotes spiritual colleges and enshrine historic Judeo-Christian principles as the foundation for instruction.”




“All facts and knowledge have a source, a Creator; they aren’t self-existent.” “

Trump’s decision to dismantle public education and replace it with theocratic indoctrination, Betsy DeVos said her objective is to use the full force of the Trump authorities to “Confront the culture in a way that will continue to progress god’s realm.”

Over the last few years any number of pundits and commentators have claimed that the religious right, such as the Republican Party, is either suffering its death throes or already dead. Of course that might be every decent Americans’ wet dream, but it isn’t remotely correct. What’s true is that Americans are less religious, less Christian, and not as inclined to think in an air-fairy controlling the world. It’s that “fact” that’s driving the conservative Christian attempt to make America more Christian and more godly by indoctrinating the next generation into accepting the notion that American education must proceed according to historical Judeo-Christian principles without question and without choice.

Depending on the study showing that Americans are imposing faith in droves, an individual can simply assume that the radical Christian conservatives are thrilled that while the country is mesmerized by the Trump’s espionage issues, their attempt to theocratize the public education system is going undetected.

By | 2017-10-05T02:47:43+00:00 October 4th, 2017|atheism|Comments Off on Push Church In Schools:Trump Conservatives

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