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The Role Of The Bible In todays society everybody talks about the violence profanity immodesty illicit sex sex education and rebellion that is interrupting the public schools of America In my opinion all of these are harmful to all children but to me the absence of the bible in childrens education is the most harmful I have found that most of the parents in todays society are too busy to care what their children do They seem too be to busy working or having fun to take time to keep track of where they are or who they are with And children believe that since their parents are too busy to spend time with them that they should turn to their peers for help And that only makes things worse There is so much evil in the world that can corrupt our children and if we are not there for them then they will turn to all that evil for help The educational system intends to challenge the mind without challenging the spirit soul and heart The philosophy of modern day education is humanism Humanism is the teaching that man is good and has all the resources within himself to make himself successful in life Those who have read the bible knows it teaches differently The bible teaches that man is not good That man has a sin nature In order for man to be a success and find happiness he must give the lord control of his life If you give Christ control of your life then all things will become better in time Some might say that the lord doesnt help but he does if you give him a chance Creation and evolution are both taught as theories but most teachers scoff at biblical accounts of creation and the educational curriculum is written with the subliminal message that man has evolved into his present state The method behind this madness
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