Madison County Red Raiders football team make it a habit of passing by and touching a stone monument before they head out to the gridiron for their games. However, the infamous Freedom from Religion Foundation and the American Humanist Association are crying like a bunch of babies against what’s on the monument, which was donated to the school with private funding.
The two anti-theist groups who claim to not believe in God (but we know they are really suppressing the truth in unrighteousness) are attacking the high school monument because it references the following:
Romans 8:31: “If God be for us who can be against us?”
Philippians 4:13: “I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me”
That’s right, they are hell bent (literally) on pushing God, Christ and the Bible out of the public square.
The FFRF sent a letter on August 28 to show their disapproval for the monument, claiming, “religion (is) a divisive force in public schools.”
To that I have to ask, and atheism is what exactly? It’s divisive as well. All worldviews are divisive and Jesus told us that he didn’t come to bring peace, but a sword and to divide those who wish to follow Him from those who don’t.
The group called the monument and “unconstitutional display.” How can that be, when the Constitution forbids the very thing that FFRF is advocating for? It plainly states the federal Congress can’t write such laws that restrict things like this monument.
According to Andrew Seidel, an attorney for FFRF, “Courts have continually held that school districts may not display religious messages or iconography in public schools.”
Are these the same courts that have the Ten Commandments in their chambers? Are these the same judges that put their hands on the Bible and pledge their oath to the God of the Bible?
We are told that parents should be involved in the schools, but apparently we aren’t seeing an involvement enough to face consequences of taking a stand for their children and their posterity.
Apparently, as in all cases these anti-theist groups engage in, they use an anonymous person who says they are offended that this is on school property. Somehow, they are offended enough to tell these groups, but too much of a coward to actually speak up for themselves.
According to Kim Shupe, a parent of a student, “This whole thing was started by one person who will not come forward and name who he is.”
“I think it’s a great inspiration to our players here,” said Shupe.
WSBTV was unable to contact the anonymous man who objects. That’s not really a surprise, is it? He probably doesn’t exist.
One parent, Mike Rice, said, “”If you don’t want to read it, shut your eyes when you go by it. Don’t read it. This is Georgia, this is the Bible Belt. We’re taught to believe in Jesus Christ.”
“The Board is currently investigating options available to it regarding the monument, including, but not limited to, removal of the monument or modifying the monument in some manner,” said an attorney for the school district. School officials confirm the attorney’s statement.
Why? Because one person has a problem with it? You’re going to think about removing or modifying the monument because of one God hater? Seriously? Parents who have kids in this school, may I offer some advice? It’s time for a beat down, a literal one. If you do not hold your school district in check, they are going to run all over you and your kids. Anyone even considering such a thing, including this attorney should be tarred and feathered and you Georgia men know exactly what I mean.
For the school district to even consider this is ludicrous.
I’ve always said that parents should just get their kids out of the government indoctrination centers and teach them at home for their own good and the glory of God. But if you aren’t going to do that, at least stand up to the anti-theists and beat them down, along with all those that stand with them.
Remember, God is willing to give you what you are willing to fight for and Georgia has already demonstrated that she has God-fearing patriots who will stand against the FFRF and other anti-theist organizations. The US Navy has demonstrated similar fortitude.