“Students to be taught there’s no God” was the headline of a news article out of Australia. Concerning religious education classes in schools in the Australian state of Victoria, the report stated:
VICTORIAN state primary school students will soon be able to take religious education classes which teach there is no evidence God exists.
The Humanist Society of Victoria has developed a curriculum for primary pupils that the state government accreditation body says it intends to approve, The Sunday Age newspaper reported. Accredited volunteers will be able to teach their philosophy in the class time allotted for religious instruction, the newspaper said.
Well, at least it is in the right place—in the religious education classes, as atheism is a religion. It is an anti-Christian religion—but it is a religion. Actually, what many Americans don’t understand is that when the Bible, God, creation, prayer, etc. were basically removed from the public schools in the USA, this did not leave the public education system in a non-religious (or neutral) position. Now students in that system are taught how to explain the universe and life without God—this is the religion of atheism. Atheism is now the basic religion taught in the American public school system and in the science classes.
You can read the entire report from the Australian news source at:
Toledo Newspaper on Creation Museum Christmas Program
The Toledo (Ohio) Blade reported:
A very different kind of holiday experience can be found at the Creation Museum, a controversial place located a few miles west of the Cincinnati airport in Petersburg, Ky. The 18-month-old museum uses impressive high-tech visual effects and animatronics to present an account of the origins of the universe that rejects evolution and is based instead on a literal reading of the Bible’s Book of Genesis. An outdoor holiday presentation at the museum called “Bethlehem’s Blessings” includes a live nativity scene, with human actors as well as sheep, donkeys, and camels from the museum’s petting zoo. In addition to the nativity, other scenes feature a re-creation of the streets of Bethlehem as they might have looked 2,000 years ago.
You can find out more about the program from the Creation Museum website.
Here are some photos taken this past Friday/Saturday evening at the free outdoor Creation Museum Christmas program—our live nativity:
(Luke 4:29–30) And rose up, and thrust him out of the city, and led him unto the brow of the hill whereon their city was built, that they might cast him down headlong. But he passing through the midst of them went his way,
We are indestructible until the time when God calls us home to Himself.
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