Talking Point #42 – public schools build in “interfaith” curriculum

It seems amazing to me that a country founded in God (at least initially), having the motto “In God We Trust”, and including a separation of church and state, would allow what is happening in Texas public schools.  For many years I’ve been teaching about the growing heresy of “Chrislam” and the suggestion that the god of Islam is the same as the God of the Bible, and especially the growing suggestion that Isa in the Quran (his name is translated jesus) is the same as Jesus Christ of the Bible.  People teaching this should have their teaching license revoked!

Until this post I’ve become accustomed to seeing this heresy taught in so-called “Christian” churches and by very prominent pastors (Rick Warren of Saddleback Church and “Purpose Driven Life” fame is one of the leaders of this abomination), including the suggestion that Christians go to a mosque to worship “god” as if that god were the One that Christians should be worshipping.  Of course the Muslims are quick to agree with this because their god wants nothing more than to pull the Christian away from God’s service and into his (but remember that Muslims who read their Quran know that there are only three alternatives for you, Christian – you must convert, pay the Jizyah (thank-you-for-letting-me-live money) tax, or die (by beheading, by the way – all exemplified in their beloved prophet Muhammad (DBUH) and codified in their Quran).  But now it’s spreading into public schools, at least it is in Texas.

Many public schools in Texas have incorporated a private curriculum (please don’t ask me how that works) and, included with the package, they get the “knowledge” that “Allah is the Almighty God” and “Allah alone is the Creator. He alone deserves our devout love and worship” (I obviously disagree and frequent visitors to this site know that I don’t use the name of the god of Islam nor do I capitalize the word god when used in reference to him, but this is a quote so I’m staying true to the quote).  The project force-feeding this into the children is called CSCOPE and has been developed within the Texas Education Service Center Curriculum Collaborative.  This venture is supposedly independent from the Texas Board of Education so that may be how they get around the separation of church and state issue.  Either way, it’s introducing heresy into the schools and most parents, especially those who may actually care about something like this, don’t even know about it.  Combined with peer pressure, you know the children are “buying” all that they’re hearing about the good religion of Islam.

Do you recall studying about the Boston Tea Party when you were in grade school?  If so, did it sound anything like this?  This is how the same event is pictured in this sabotage of history and persuasion of “interfaith”:

“A local militia, believed to be a terrorist organization, attacked the property of private citizens today at our nation’s busiest port. Although no one was injured in the attack, a large quantity of merchandise, considered to be valuable to its owners and loathsome to the perpetrators, was destroyed. The terrorists, dressed in disguise and apparently intoxicated, were able to escape into the night with the help of local citizens who harbor these fugitives and conceal their identities from the authorities. It is believed that the terrorist attack was a response to the policies enacted by the occupying country’s government. Even stronger policies are anticipated by the local citizens.”

I don’t recall it that way.  This is America and that “party” helped set us free from the tyranny we enjoyed before forming our own “perfect union” (yep, the same perfect union being torn apart by curricula just like this one).  Such a depiction of this event most important to our independence is now being taught to our children by being called a “terrorist event” comparable to the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center.

From the inside out, churches and “religious zealots”, and now it seems, governments, are trying to instill into us (and our children – see Hitler’s remarks about children below) the false “fact” that the god of Islam is the same as the God of the Bible and to prove validity to a new “religion” called Chrislam.  Islam is ruled by Shariah law and it is quickly taking over Europe and, if we don’t take a strong stand, the United States.  This “sameness” of gods is helping!  Know the difference, Christian!  Take your stand and stand it strong!

One of the tenets of Shariah law is that if you are not a Muslim, you will not be able to defend yourself.  I hope you understand where this is going – you will LOSE your Second Amendment rights.  That’s right, no more guns with which to protect yourself and your loved ones.  Gun control under Shariah means that all Muslims are armed and everyone else is not (of course, you can get one too; see the three choices you are offered as they are outlined above in the second paragraph).  How could all this Chrislam stuff affect the Second Amendment?  How about this?  The Texas curriculum says that the Second Amendment is limited to state-run organizations (are you seeing the dissolution of the separation of church and state yet?)  Here’s the quote:

“The collective right’s advocates believed that the Second Amendment did not apply to individuals; rather it recognized the right of a state to arm its militia. It recognized limited individual rights only when it was exercised by members of a functioning, organized militia while actively participating in the militia’s activities.”

Maybe I’m overreacting to all of this.  Surely this is over-the-top and the curriculum isn’t dangerous at all.  Well, wait, before we overreact and say that we’re overreacting, consider these highlights of the curriculum.  As you do, try to imagine what would happen if you substitute the word “Christianity” where you see the word “Islam”.

In one scenario, students study the tenets of Islam, including requirements of conversion and moral imperatives.  In other words, the students are offered an “invitation”, but not to a Christian alter for the God of Christianity.  This conversion is as far away from the Truth (Jesus of the Bible) as one can get.  This “study” will leave the student well versed in what it means to be Muslim and will even have them spreading this (like a disease) into their own Sunday School classes to other students and grow the mold of Chrislam like an experiment in a controlled petri dish environment.

No, you won’t find any such curriculum on Christianity, and the world will continue to ensure that it will never happen.  We kicked God (of the Bible) out of school and now we’re letting the god of Islam in.  The reason we have things like the mass murders (shootings) that we have witnessed lately is precisely of the decision to exclude Him from the schools.  When the shooting happened in Connecticut, someone quipped “Where was God?”  You know the answer:  you kicked Him out!  You can’t kick Him out of school and expect Him to protect the school!

Do you still not think this too bad?  How about this:  students in this curriculum will learn how to convert (and will probably have to actually recite the conversion recitation as well).  How many faiths’ conversion practices are taught?  One.  How many faiths, since the questions will obviously arise, are denigrated by the curriculum?  Many.  In other words, convert to Islam (because it is the best after all), or die (although they don’t talk about that point in school – nothing about the truth of Islam is introduced as it may scare the students away).

I believe by now you get the point of what is happening here.  All the “good” of Islam is being taught (impossible because there is no good) and none of the “bad”.  Islam is being painted as THE religion, the “in” thing, what the “hip” people do.  Pretty soon, just as the kids are “sagging” their pants now to be considered “cool”, they’ll be bringing Islam into their otherwise Christian homes.  Hitler said it best (and this should scare any Christian parent whose child is or may go through something like this in school):

“Give me a child when he’s 7 and he’s mine forever,”

So consider this a warning.  Don’t believe for a second that anything taught to the children must be for their own good.  The Chrislam (or even worse, the pure and untainted Islam) beast is encroaching everywhere, even in the places that we should consider the most safe and sacred (literally, the churches where Chrislam is preached).  Folks supporting this idea will go to any length to convince you, even if through your children, that the god of Islam is the same as the God of the Bible.  They are not the same, and…

Jesus is NOT in the Quran!

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