I have always seen things a little different that many of my fellow Baptists. While many of the Southern Baptist Convention have been screaming for prayer in State Schools, I have been screaming for the closing of State Schools. I have nothing against those who teach and/or use the State School. Many see it as the only real option. But, I do not think that it is the States job to educate our children.
Rather, I would have us all use private and homeschooling. This would do several things. It would drive the cost of education down through healthy competition. One of the first inconsistencies I recognized was that the teacher taught us how good competition was for product value while teaching in a state school which allows no competition.
It also would stop all the nonsense about religion in schools. If you enrolled your children in a Christian, Jewish, or Humanist school, you would know that they would be exposed to those worldviews.
So, to hear that there is going to be a new school in Atlanta peaked my interest.
Christian News reports:
A female teacher who identifies as a male is set to open a private school for homosexual and transgender youth in Georgia later this year.
The “Pride School of Atlanta” will teach children K-12 beginning in September, and will operate out of a Unitarian Universalist facility in the city. The first of its kind educational institution will cost $13,000 a year in tuition fees.
Now, what this means is that there are, at least in this teacher’s opinion, five and six-year-old children who self-identify as homosexual and/or transgender. They have found the strength and courage to come to their parents and tell them that they wish to have sex with someone of the same sex.
I would challenge the very concept that a child under the age of eleven or twelve in girls and thirteen to fifteen in boys could do such a thing. How is it possible that this or any concept of sex would have had the seed or time to germinate inside such young minds? But this teacher thinks that there are students this young making such decisions.
Christian News continues:
Founder Christian Zsilavetz, 45, says that she never felt support while teaching as a male in public schools, and decided to found her own school where children could be open about their homosexuality or transgender desires.
“Kids have full permission to be themselves—as well as educators—where there’s no wondering, ‘Is this teacher going to be a person for me to be myself with?'” she told the Associated Press. “This is a place where they can just open up and be the best person they can be.”
For me, this is the scariest part. Zsilavetz is seeking to have a place where she can be what she wants. A place where her oddity can be the norm. She wants the freedom to be her best person. The only way she can do so is to be in a school where she can dress and act like a man. But you should not have to have a doctorate in education to see the dangers in this school.
If the key focus is on these children and their teacher’s sexuality, is there not the danger that they will become sexually involved with each other? Even though the sodomite community has worked tirelessly to erase the truth, most sodomites are attracted to partners much younger than themselves.
What about sexual activity between students?
Christian News continued:
Zsilavetz also asserted that the school will reduce the risk of suicide, drug and alcohol use, and depression.
“They’re less likely to get pregnant, when they don’t really want to get pregnant,” she said.
I believe that Christian education, the foundation of Western thinking, is so far and above all else that it can stand and win against any other. I have no fear in allowing schools and colleges of all philosophical or religious stripes starting and maintaining their own schools. I can say this because in an equal system I know that these schools will underperform and fail, but this school concerns me.
This is not a philosophical variant or rival. It is a place where people, children, can, and will, be hurt. I don’t say that simply because the school will perpetuate the thought that sodomy is lawful and accepted, but because it will foster an environment of abuse.
The Word of God is clear. God will not be mocked. We cannot long deny or shun His Word and not face the consequences. The Church has done that for some time now, and that has led us to these dark days. In my book, An Everlasting Covenant, I show why the Church should once again return to the Law of God as its foundation of thinking and acting. Get your copy at Amazon, today.