Glenn Beck’s “Indoctrination in America” special last Friday is a sobering look into the modern excuse for “public education.” It reveals the host of radical socialist organizations that are meddling in American public education, and what they are teaching our children: to believe in global warming dogma, push radical environmentalism, parrot Marxist propaganda, and not listen to their feeble-minded parents.
Common threads of the tea party platform among all the groups are the concepts of fiscal responsibility, limited government, lower taxation, and national sovereignty, and these are quite important. But, when it comes to “social issues” like abortion and homosexual “rights,” some tea party leaders tend to shy away.
“Nearly every important office in Washington is occupied by someone with an aggressive dislike for our heritage, our freedom, our history, and our Constitution.””Nearly every important office in Washington is occupied by someone with an aggressive dislike for our heritage, our freedom, our history, and our Constitution.” – Dick Armey
When the church, according to Jesus, is living in visible relationship with each other, it is then that the world will know that God the Father has sent the Son. Is this not the desire of every faithful, gospel-centered Christian? Jesus is clearly saying that our visible unity—our relationship to one another—is essential to showing the world that there is a God and He has sent His Son.