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Humanism Home | Humanist Manifesto I | Humanist Manifesto II | Humanist Manifesto 2000 | Humanism in our Schools

The rapid spread of humanism in our country is due in large part to the humanist indoctrination our children receive in the public school system.  This infusion of humanist propaganda is well known in our colleges and universities, but actually starts well before then, in the elementary schools.

In the interest of "diversity" and "tolerance", our elementary students are being forced to study non-Christian religions such as Islam.  They are restricted from sharing the gospel with friends at school, but are learning about Mohammed, the Quran, and the 5 pillars of Islam.  They are being taught that there truly is no right or wrong.  They are being subjected to moral relativism that teaches that what is "bad" to one person, is good for another person based on differences in cultural background.  In the interests of "tolerance", they are told not to judge these people, and recognize that calling something bad, wrong, or immoral, is being intolerant and divisive. 

As our children grow older, and start to learn about science, they are taught that all life and all creation is just a wonderful accident.  Teachers, even if they wanted to, could not discuss the scientific evidence of a divine creation.  They must teach our children that out of nothing came an entire universe and incredibly complex biological organisms (humans, for example).  These students learn that God does not exist, and that humans have not only evolved to what we are now, but we will continue to evolve in more spiritual ways. 

Let me take a moment to discuss the teaching of the theory of evolution.  According to the scientific method (by which all theories are proved), evolution cannot even be called a theory.  Evolution has not been observed, and therefore cannot truly be called more than a hypothesis.  However, if you open any science textbook, you will see that evolution is referred to as a FACT!!  Creationism cannot be taught in public schools, as it is considered a religious doctrine.  Educators use this as an excuse not to teach our children the plethora of SCIENTIFIC evidence that supports a divine creation.  In 1925, a substitute biology teacher named John Scopes was put on trial in Tennessee for teaching evolution in the classroom - against the law in Tennessee at that time.  This case became known as the "Scopes Monkey Trial".  Clarence Darrow, an ACLU lawyer who defended Scopes made this comment, "It is the height of bigotry to teach only one view of origins."  Well Mr. Darrow, I wholeheartedly agree.  But where is the ACLU now?  Why do they not support that comment as they did back in 1925?  The reason is that they have succeeded in removing God from the classroom, and they have not intention of letting Him back in!

As your children graduate from High School and move on to college, the humanist brainwashing intensifies.  A recent study by the Center for the Study of Popular Culture polled social science and liberal arts professors at all the Ivy League colleges.  The results are not surprising.  David Horowitz, president of the Center, says this: "Only three percent of the faculty in all the Ivy League identify themselves as Republicans. Forty-four percent named an organization that represents their views as the ACLU," he says. "Zero percent identify with the Christian Coalition -- one percent with the [National Rifle Association]."  Zero percent!! 

From elementary school through post-graduate studies, our children are taught that there is no God, all creation is a pleasant accident, there is no right or wrong, and to say otherwise is intolerant and divisive.  You may not share the gospel with your friends, but we will teach you to meditate in the manner of the eastern religions. 

Much has been made of school prayer.  Rather than delve into that issue myself, follow this link to an info letter by the American Center for Law and Justice on the legal rights to public school prayer.  Believe me, you won't get this information from the ACLU!