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(After the previous poster stated her children went to public school and are fine.)

1. Were your children sexually touched by a teacher or other students? If no, you were LUCKY, because these days many kids are being introduced to sex and being sexually molested at school by other kids and even sometimes teachers. You cannot trust a young child to be safe in schools.

2. Are your children devout Christians today who sincerely and truly love Jesus and want to serve Jesus? Yes or No?

3. Children are very open and impressionable and teachable at young age, and they will become conditioned, programmed and even brainwashed to believe whatever they are being exposed to the most. So having your child around teachers and students who are unbelievers in Christ and following the world, wiccan, new age, antichristian beliefs, will influence your child immensely and may make or break your child in growing up to love Jesus or follow another path.

4. Jesus set a good example. Spend most of your time surrounded by like minded people, believers. And only spend a little time around unbelievers.

2 Corinthians 6:14 Do not be yoked together with unbelievers. For what do righteousness and wickedness have in common? Or what fellowship can light have with darkness?

5. Only mature Christians should spend a lot of time around unbelievers, when they are sharing the good news about Jesus or helping those in need. Sending a young child to an atheist/agnostic/wiccan/new age environment is not only dangerous, it's very likely to have a life long affect on that child's beliefs about Jesus. Children are being PROGRAMMED, and are not in a position to teach other children about Jesus, because sadly, there is more darkness in schools than there is light.

No Christian parent should ever send their child to school, it's too risky, mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually. If they are not getting bullied, or sexually molested, they are being programmed and brainwashed with sexuality, body image, Darwinism and Atheism and Witchcraft and Harry Potter Sorcery!

MinisterTony, Christian Forums 103 Comments [12/2/2010 8:06:30 AM]
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Kisare

...or you could just be pulling shit out of your ass.....

12/2/2010 8:10:48 AM

El Zorro

I'd hate to be the kids of this guy, growing up in that environment and then having to face the world when they've grown up.

12/2/2010 8:15:01 AM

Pule Thamex

Apparently, I'm too dangerous for religious people to be around. Apparently, I burst bubbles and tell the truth. That's pretty shocking, I know. Apparently, I have a predilection for reality, that's true. I believe MinisterTony to be a dangerous child abuser, whether by inclination or by befuddled fundie brain damage, I don't know? Apparently, it's a good job that I'm not a member of the corps diplomatique.

12/2/2010 8:23:27 AM

Brendan Rizzo

I don't have kids, being very young still, but I will relate my school experiences:

1. No, and I find that insulting to all the nice teachers I've had over the years.

2. No, but what does that have to do with anything? It has little to do with public school, that's for sure. I would never have qualified as Christian by your standards anyway.

Children are very open and impressionable and teachable at young age, and they will become conditioned, programmed and even brainwashed to believe whatever they are being exposed to the most.

Which is exactly why your ilk are still around.

Only mature Christians should spend a lot of time around unbelievers...

I am inclined to agree. Only mature Christians should exist in society. Fundies are not mature. If they cannot stop interfering with everyone else, then they should not hang around others.


12/2/2010 8:30:57 AM

Doctor Whom

Children are very open and impressionable and teachable at young age, and they will become conditioned, programmed and even brainwashed to believe whatever they are being exposed to the most.

This one deserves the "More Honest than I Intended to Be" award.

12/2/2010 8:33:05 AM

D Laurier

My daughter was abused by her christian stepfather.
She was also forced to attend a church where several incidents of sexual abuse have been reported.


12/2/2010 8:35:00 AM

Papabear

No True Christian parent should ever send their child out into the real world. It's too risky. They might encounter a good idea or some logical reasoning. They might even have fun. Agggh!

12/2/2010 8:42:02 AM

Misty

Children are being programmed? Yea, tell me about it. It's all you do instead of letting them think for themselves.

12/2/2010 8:49:39 AM

Brainy

Right, because learning about evolution and reading Harry Potter is tantamount to being molested.


12/2/2010 8:58:51 AM

Jade Goggles

"Harry Potter Sorcery"? Seriously? I had no idea that, ya know. We should worry about some fictional book series's magic.


But yeah, god forbid that children get exposed to truth and real life.

12/2/2010 9:10:45 AM

Tardis

Some where over the rainbow...

Toto guess where we're not anymore...


I call POE...

12/2/2010 9:17:50 AM

Gloria

1. Speaking for myself, not my non-existent kids, but no, I was not. Neither was anyone else I know. There seem to be a lot of these extraordinarily lucky people running about.

2. Yes.

3. Because my schools trended heavily in that direction, I tend to operate under the assumption that I'm the only Christian in the room if I'm not in an explicitly Christian environment. And yet I still haven't become one of those Evil Terrifying Satan-Worshipping Atheists. So either I got direct divine intervention, or youre hugely exaggerating the "danger," take your pick.

4. is this an argument, or just an extension of your last comment that got its own number by accident.?

5. I will never get this obsession with protecting your kids from "programming." "Programming" kids with knowledge and standards of behavioiur is quite common: it's also known as raising them, and the practice that enjoys widesperead support.

I have to say, the inclusion of Harry Potter in your list of evil school dangers makes you reallyhard to take seriously.

12/2/2010 9:19:41 AM

Rover

This guy has got some truly weapons grade projection going on. That along with any number of psychological disorders.

12/2/2010 9:25:33 AM

Rebellion Dog

"Mature Christians"-- Is this like jumbo shrimp or military intelligence?

12/2/2010 9:35:30 AM

Jewsus

I'm rather curious actually: where do people like this get this idea that public school is oh so bad for their kids?

12/2/2010 9:47:25 AM

Cid Highwind

"Children are very open and impressionable and teachable at young age, and they will become conditioned, programmed and even brainwashed to believe whatever they are being exposed to the most."

lol, which is exactly what people like YOU ARE DOING to the poor kids! Is he even aware of how honest he actually was here? "More Honest than I Intended to Be" Award seconded :D

12/2/2010 9:58:50 AM

TGRwulf

1- Citation fucking needed.

2- Ah, now we get to the heart of the issue. You don't like public schools because they don't focus primarily on indoctrinating children to jeebus.

3- Irony mother fucker, do you speak it?

4- Yeah because we all know that people of different religions should NEVER coexist </sarcasm>

5- Again, you wouldn't recognize irony if it hit you in the face.

12/2/2010 10:13:15 AM

Ayersy

Unless they're being sent to Hogwarts, I doubt they're being taught sorcery!

Also, YAY! I submitted a quote and it finally got in! :3

12/2/2010 10:25:39 AM

Doubting Thomas

Yes, you should shelter your kids until they're 35 years old and still living at home until they finally get married. And then you have to make sure their spouse doesn't expose them to any atheistic wiccan liberal Darwinist environmentalist Harry Potter evil! Anything to make sure they're good Christians who love Jesus and don't vote for democrats.

But remember, we teach our kids about Jesus. Non-Christians brainwash and program their kids.

12/2/2010 10:31:36 AM

Berny

My children went to public school and received an excellent education without any religious bullshit. They were never exposed to drugs, never sexually assaulted (by teachers or other students), never bullied. They're now in university and working towards getting decent careers.
Your children are working towards serving them fries with that.

12/2/2010 10:31:51 AM



No Christian parent should ever send their child to school

I read that as 'No Christian mother should ever have a job'.

12/2/2010 10:55:01 AM

Joe Mama

Jesus set a good example. Spend most of your time surrounded by like minded people, believers. And only spend a little time around unbelievers.

WTF are you talking about? Jesus regularly spent time with sinners, or haven't you read your bible? But if you and your ilk want to shut yourselves off from me, then I'd be quite happy about it.

But really, this whole mindset is why some religious people begin cults. Shut yourself off from the entire world because you see it as evil. And when you surround yourself with yes-men, everything you believe becomes reality. Next thing you know, you're all drinking Kool-Aid for the last time.

12/2/2010 11:27:26 AM

Jantaro

"Children are very open and impressionable and teachable at young age, and they will become conditioned, programmed and even brainwashed to believe whatever they are being exposed to the most. So having your child around preachers and followers who are unaware of rationality and following silly, ridiculous, ancient goat herder unsupported beliefs, will influence your child immensely and may make or break your child in growing up to understand science and logic or follow a religion."

Fix'd.

12/2/2010 11:28:10 AM



The fundie index for this lunatic should be MUCH higher. This person is hopelessly obsessed with someone they've never even met. They would probably be perfectly willing to kill their precious child if they got the idea in their head that god wanted it.

12/2/2010 11:31:10 AM

Xotan

The sentiments expressed are such as I would expect only from someone who was either mentally deficient or totally mad. Certainly such sentiments might be expected to damage rather than nurture a child.

12/2/2010 11:52:53 AM
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