Friday, March 31, 2017

Dobson: Christians need mass exodus from public schools

      Dr. James Dobson is one of the boldest and wisest men I know.  He has been out spoken on issues that are gaining ground today, even though we say we are a Christian nation and believe the Bible--(have you read Romans lately?) He has spoken on issues of pornography, same sex marriage, homosexuality, fatherless homes, divorce, and many other of the issues we face daily.
     For those of you who still have young children I am posting this article from WorldNetDaily. To read it in its' entirety click here.  I know home-schooling is time consuming and many don't feel adequate to teach their children, but the consequences of letting others with an agenda contrary to what we believe is staggering.

Dr. James Dobson, who started Focus on the Family and now delivers his Christian and pro-family advice through the newer Family Talk radio, is endorsing again the move for parents to withdraw their children from public schools.
At least partly because he’s “shocked” at the values, or lack thereof, exhibited by millennials.
Those are the voters who are about ages 18-34.
Trained as a teacher and psychologist, early in his career he was largely oblivious of the idea of homeschooling, he explained on a recent series of  broadcasts featuring guest E. Ray Moore, of the Exodus Mandate, which works to encourage Christian parents to homeschool their own children, or put them in church-run Christian schools.
When he was introduced to the idea – that the biblical mandate for parents to “train up a child in the way he should go” was no more or less than a call for Christian parents to instruct their own children, or have them in church schools that would teach morality, it immediately struck a chord.
Well, maybe a little more.
“It was like putting a match to gasoline [for me],” he said in the conservations with Moore “I got it. I saw it.”
That was more than three decades ago, and Moore credited Dobson’s promotion then with a surge in the homeschooling activity across the nation.
Now, Dobson said, there’s even more need.
It’s because of the research provided by Moore. He cited the work of Dan Smith from the Nehemiah Institute who found that had only millennials voted in the 2016 presidential race, the results would have been 504 Electoral College for Hillary Clinton and 23 for Donald Trump.
Republicans would have carried only five states, Moore explained.
“That shocked me,” Dobson said. And was discouraging, because of the far-leftist agenda pursue by Clinton, her scandals, her links to deals with Russia, her associates, and more.
A Hillary Clinton presidency would have taken America even further to the left than did Barack Obama, and likely would have struck Christian elements, like traditional marriage and opposition to abortion, from society for generations to come because of her expected appointments to the courts.
Dobson warned that the results show that Christians are losing the next generation.
“They been propagandized and given a philosophy that in many cases is contrary to Scripture and what we believe,” Dobson said.
And it’s because, largely, of the anti-Christian influences of public schools, attended by many impressionable and unprepared Christian children for six hours a day, 180 days a year for 12 or 13 formative years.
They’re exposed to LGBT teachings, evolution, a revisionist form of American history, Islam and worse...
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