What We Believe

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  • How did our intelligent, civilized society arrive at the crisis our nation faces today?
  • What are our children being taught in public schools today?
  • What are some of the problems our nation faces today?

Our Beliefs On. . .

Authority

OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS TEACH THAT. . .

  • children are entitled to rights which often supercedes parental authority.
  • the state is the primary educator of our children.
  • the parents are the old fashioned thinkers of yesterday.
  • all personal interpretation is valid.
  • this generation is much smarter than the last.
  • if old ideas can be eliminated a new and better world will emerge.
OUR NATION’S PROBLEM TODAY. . .

  • we live in a society which challenges all authority; parents, teachers, law enforcement, government officials and employers.
  • there is no trust, respect or gratitude. The ‘golden rule’ has been replaced with “do what thou wilt,”
  • our courts have become log jammed with law suits.
  • it has become unsafe to hold a position of authority.
WE BELIEVE. . .

  • That all legitimate authority comes from our Creator.
  • That respect and gratitude for true authority should be taught in our schools.
  • That positions of authority should be held in high regard and abuses of authority should be dealt with quickly and severely.
  • That parents are the primary educators of their children and schools are an extension of the parents.
  • That educational programs should be academically sound and should reflect the principles upon which this nation was founded.

Patriotism

OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS TEACH THAT. . .

  • our nation’s founders weren’t as heroic as once thought.
  • they were selfish people in pursuit of their own interests.
  • other forms of government may be better than ours.
  • a socialistic world government is a better alternative.
OUR NATION’S PROBLEM TODAY. . .

  • our government has forgotten it’s role as defined by our constitution.
  • our leaders are ignoring the warnings of our forefathers.
  • our government is strewn with corruption and lack of principles.
  • there are no longer statesmen, only politicians.
WE BELIEVE. . .

  • That we are obligated to love our country by the same virtue by which we are bound to love our parents.
  • That the attacks on our founding fathers are an attempt to discredit their philosophies.
  • That our founding fathers, while having human faults, fought and died for our freedom and gave us a constitutional republic.
  • That it is our responsibility to preserve and protect it.

Family

OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS TEACH THAT. . .

  • it is the state’s job to teach children about reproduction.
  • marriage is no longer a prerequisite for physical intimacy.
  • there are now alternative life styles that are acceptable.
    • marriage can be between two males or two females.
    • it’s normal for a child to have two fathers or two mothers.
OUR NATION’S PROBLEM TODAY. . .

  • widespread sexually transmitted diseases (STD).
  • disentegration of the family unit.
  • teen depression, pregnancy and suicide.
  • high cost for medical treatment.
WE BELIEVE. . .

  • That the marriage arrangement between male and female is obvious by natural law. It is a sacred relationship.
  • This provides a mother and father necessary for child upbringing.
  • Impurity leads to an epidemic of STD. If abstinence is practiced by the unmarried and spouses are faithful, many of these societal problems will correct themselves.

Life

OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS TEACH THAT. . .

  • people are just animals at a higher stage of evolution.
  • animals have rights but the unborn fetus has none.
  • man is destroying this fragile planet by his abuse and over population.
OUR NATION’S PROBLEM TODAY. . .

  • elimination of rights for the unborn human which contribute to a cheapening of life demonstrated by abortion.
  • assisted suicide by physicians.
  • increase in murders within families by family members.
  • emergence of murders by students within schools.
  • more bureaucracies have been created for animal rights and the environment.
WE BELIEVE. . .

  • That we are a union of soul and body.
  • Life is sacred and begins at the moment of conception.
  • Unlike animals we are endowed with an intellect and free will.
  • We have the ability to reflect on our thoughts and actions.
  • We are obligated to treat animals compassionately but it is a natural right to use them for our legitimate needs.
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