Sow to the Wind, Reap the Whirlwind
The four decades-old seeds of Values Clarification (revision of family values) and Situational Ethics (nothing is right or wrong, depends on the situation) sown in the Public School have germinated and burst forth with fruit that manifests itself in a steadily corrupting culture. Biblical standards of morality for our youth, embodied in the Ten Commandments, have been replaced with a â€œfeel goodâ€ no holes-barred agenda. Evangelists for Americaâ€™s united church-state religion, Secular Humanism, have sullied the innocence of an entire generation of young people. Hardcore fundamentalists in that church have driven tested morality from the classroom and left our youth adrift in a roiling sea of Hollywoodish immorality.
Americaâ€™s foremost prophet in the state-religion of Secular Humanism, John Dunphy, prophesied 25 years ago that public school classrooms would become the principal outreach for secular humanism. Every teacher would be an evangelist for his church. This famous apostle predicted the demise of biblically based moral principles that have guided young people from the beginning of our nationâ€™s founding. He wrote, â€œI am convinced that the battle for humankindâ€™s future must be waged and won in the public school classroom by teachers who correctly perceive their role as the proselytizers of a new faith: a religion of humanity that recognizes the spark of what theologians call divinity in every human being. There teachers must embody the same selfless dedication of the most rabid fundamentalist preacher, for they will be ministers of another sort, utilizing a classroom instead of a pulpit to convey humanist values in whatever subject they teach, regardless of the educational level â€“ preschool, daycare, or large state university. The classroom must and will become an arena of conflict between the old and the new â€“ the rotting corpse of Christianity, together with all its adjacent evils and misery, and the new faith of humanism, resplendent in its promise of a world in which the never-realized Christian ideal of â€˜love thy neighborâ€™ will finally be achieved.â€ Recently prophet Dunphy stated, â€œhumanism is going to win.â€ It is winning because his church is the only religion united with the government, and favored by the media.
Dunphy is Secular Humanismâ€™s point man. He is unambiguous. He spells out boldly and in detail his religionâ€™s aim which is to destroy the influence of Christianity in the classroom and in society. Even so, Christian pastors, Christian teachers, and Christian leaders in general have turned a deaf ear. They appear to be anesthetized while certified secular humanist teachers and preachers, with government approval, work tirelessly in classrooms turning teenagers away from Christian character. Dunphy, and his ilk, in championing the removal of Christian standards from public school classrooms have encouraged sexual licentiousness so pervasive among teenage students and many teachers.
According to a government health survey conducted recently by CDC researcher, Dr. Sara Forhan, at least one in four teenage girls nationwide has a sexually transmitted disease, or more than 3 million teens. Among those who admitted having sex â€“ 40 percent had an STD.
Teenage black girls have been hurt most by this doctrine of sexual freedom. The CDC study shows that one-half of all teenage black girls have a sexually transmitted disease.
Only one religion, Secular Humanism, has free reign in the public school. Christian leaders in general have left this battlefield. Some never entered the fray. Is the American society destined to stand and watch Dunphyâ€™s, â€œcorpse of Christianityâ€ rot in the public school or can something be done to counter this corrosion?