19 March 2004 

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Q: If public schools don’t have worship services—why does AiG sometimes call them churches?

A: The point is that they are really churches of humanism. Secular humanists view public schools as important for promoting their ideas. Actually, they’re quite open about the fact that they have used the public school system to indoctrinate children in humanism.

Quotable quote:

‘Men became scientific because they expected Law in Nature, and they expected Law in Nature because they believed in a Legislator. In most modern scientists this belief has died: it will be interesting to see how long their confidence in uniformity survives it. Two significant developments have already appeared—the hypothesis of a lawless sub-nature, and the surrender of the claim that science is true. We may be living nearer than we suppose to the end of the Scientific Age.’

– Lewis, C.S., Miracles: a preliminary study, Collins, London, p. 110, 1947.

A few years ago, an article appeared in a magazine called The American Humanist. The author claimed that the battle for mankind’s future would be waged—and won—in the public school classroom. Teachers would be converting children to the religion of humanism.

One of the ways in which they accomplish this is by teaching evolution as fact throughout the public school education system. Today millions of children are being indoctrinated—almost daily—in the belief that they are just animals, that there is no God and that the Bible isn’t true.

A student can be well educated, but if he or she worships the creature, as evolution teaches, not the Creator, then they will be lost for eternity. All their education amounts to nothing if they have not accepted Jesus Christ, the Creator, as Lord and Savior.

This week on www.AnswersInGenesis.org …

13 March: Our bottom-line
16 March: Methuselah’s hands … found!
17 March: Extrasolar planets suggest our solar system is unique and young
18 March: Refuting Evolution 2 chapter 6: Argument: Common design points to common ancestry / Ohio educators to be applauded
19 March: Archbishop James Ussher—blundered or brilliant?/‘Eager to expose false teaching’


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 Upcoming AiG Events       

Pray for the following 2004 Bible-upholding meetings & conferences, including the speaker and those involved in the planning.

19–20 March
Richmond, VA
Carl Kerby (and others)

21 March
Richmond, VA
Carl Kerby

21 March
Louisville, KY
Skip Tilton

21–22 March
Jefferson City, MO
Ken Ham, Buddy Davis

22 March – 2 April
Petersfield, Westmoreland, Jamaica
Dr Terry Mortenson

24 March
Morgantown, WV
Ken Ham


25 March
Bridgeport, WV
Christian leaders’ breakfast
Ken Ham

26–27 March
Sioux Falls, SD
Carl Kerby

27 March
Cincinnati, OH
Skip Tilton

28 March
Florence, KY
Ken Ham

28 March
28 March

Sioux Falls, SD
Carl Kerby

28–29 March
Williston, ND
Dr David Menton

AiG deeply appreciates your partnership with us in prayer!