"The heart of the wise inclines to the right, but the heart of the fool to the left." Ecclesiastes 10:2
“…. What was so offensive that it garnered an entire purge of its content? Apparently, it’s the name of Jesus. A charter school in Temecula, California has recently banned all Christian material from its school library.
One parent of students enrolled at Springs Charter School was shocked when she saw which books librarians were taking off the shelves to give away. Holocaust survivor Corrie Ten Boom’s popular “The Hiding Place” was among the books targeted for removal. When the parent asked what was going on, library staff told her that they had been given orders to remove all Christian books, books by Christian authors, and books by Christian publishers.
The charter school’s Superintendent Kathleen Hermsmeyer confirmed the book ban in a letter to the Pacific Justice Institute (“PJI”), a religious freedom litigation organization who took the case on the behalf of the concerned parent….. The legal organization’s press release states that attorney Michael Peffer sent the school a cease-and-desist letter Aug. 22, “citing long-established Supreme Court precedent that strongly disapproves of school libraries removing books based on opposition to their content or message.”
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Once again, the 1st amendment has been twisted and distorted into something it is not — forbidding “religion” or religious related material on ‘pubic grounds’. Any person with reasonable intelligence (leaving out Liberals, I realize) should and must understand our Bill of Rights. They’re not a Bill of Restrictions or a Bill of Government Oversights Into Our Private Behavior, but a document guarantee American’s “rights’.
There truly is a “war on Christians”… and religion. The secularist in our society, are few in number. But when agreeing with the Liberal agenda, which is to acknowledge and kowtow to the ‘minority’ in society at the expense of the majority, Liberals will eagerly support that minorities, radical ideology.
We can, and should, protest and fight back, when that fight is for the good. Christian books are ‘for the good’, and high above a religious ideology. Christians know the difference, which is why we’re under attack. Praise God and ‘come quickly, Lord Jesus’.