Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Liberal Judge Creates His Own Truth For California Students

The San Franscio Chronicle states, "A federal judge says the University of California can deny course credit to applicants from Christian high schools whose textbooks declare the Bible infallible and reject evolution." Apparently U.S. District Judge James Otero of Los Angeles believes he is the determiner of what is truth and what isn't, and has sought to force his views of science and history upon the students of Christian schooling who seek to study at universities in California. His ruling rejects scientific courses that contain religious influence.

This is a move to try to remove the Creator from all teaching of science, and to impose a secular standard of education in the scientific field that the secularists want taught in Christian schools. The Chronicle quotes Jennifer Monk of Advocates for Faith and Freedom: "Science courses from a religious perspective are not approved," she said. "If it comes from certain publishers or from a religious perspective, UC simply denies them."

The Chronicle also quotes Judge Otero as saying, the text "'Biology for Christian Schools,' declares on the first page that 'if (scientific) conclusions contradict the Word of God, the conclusions are wrong.' Thus, he and others have rejected this as a legitimate textbook.

It would be interesting to match these kids' SAT scores to those from non-Christian schools. It is interesting that often homeschoolers are among the elite students in spelling bees, science fairs, and other such venues.

The secularists won't stop until they completely remove God from everything. Then in 100 years there will be a move to bring God back into the picture after our grandchildren and great-grandchildren see that God cannot be left out of the picture. In the meantime, lets be faithful to proclaim the truth that God created the world, and planned the end from the beginning.

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