Tuesday, December 23, 2014


So You Don’t Think There’s a War on Christians?

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Christians are not wimps, whiners, and weepers; but that has been an accusation made by atheists when we complain about the attacks against us and our beliefs. Those attacks multiply this time of year. We are told that there is no war–that we are too sensitive and should keep quiet and go back to our hot chocolate huddles in our church basements.
But our critics are wrong. There is a concerted effort to hurt our effectiveness, hinder our efforts, and hamper our evangelism. Those attacks usually come from heathens, homosexuals, and humanists.
A public school in Southern California removed all books from the school shelves dealing with Christian themes or written by Christian authors or published by Christian publishers! One of the books was Corrie Ten Boom’sHiding Place telling of saving Jews during World War II in Germany. Fox News commentator Todd Starnes said it’s “hard to imagine that any school would have a problem with a book about a Christian family that helped Jews escape the Holocaust.”
A California school district has public school students “bowing to the sun god” and participating in “liturgical/ritual religious practices” aimed at having them “become one with god,” according to a brief filed with an appeals court. I wonder what kind of reaction there would be if a teacher reproduced for his or her students a typical Sunday service in a Bible preaching church including the invitation to trust Christ as Savior! Does any sane person believe school leaders, city officials, and the fanatics at the ACLU would defend that? Wonder why? It’s called a “war” against Christians and their God.
High school senior Chase Windebank has been meeting with other students for three years during a free period to discuss their Christian faith, pray, and sing together. Then a Gestapo official at the Colorado Springs school ordered them to stop because it violates the “separation of church and state.” Sieg Heil!
School textbooks across the fruited plain have been expunged removing any positive mention of Christ and Christianity from them. After all we must not distort, deceive, and dull the pliable minds of the state’s children, you know. In the past 20 years there has been a determined effort to replace Christianity with Islam in textbooks. You know, the peaceful religion that specializes in decapitating innocent children and civilians.
The books mention Mohammad as a great and innovative leader but fail to mention that he was a pedophile, thief, and killer who advocated multiple wives and the beating of them. The books never deal with female genital mutilation and honor killings, and never mention that Muslims were into the slave trade hundreds of years before Europeans were. That is because the enemy is in control.
World Net Daily found textbooks used in Florida taught the following: Jesus was a “Palestinian Jew” who grew up in Galilee amidst “militant Zealots.”; It was “a few followers” of Jesus who “spread the story” about his resurrection, not that more than 500 people were witnesses to His resurrection; While Islamic Arab warriors “rarely imposed their religion by force,” Christian monks “by contrast,” were busy converting “peoples of Central and Eastern Europe”; Israel is to blame for terrorist attacks by Palestinians because they were “angered over the loss of their territory”; It was because of the “loss of their territory to Israel” that “militant Palestinians responded with a policy of terrorist attacks” rather than because all Muslims have determined to drive Israel into the Sea; “The Quran permitted fair, defensive warfare as jihad, or ‘struggle in the way of God’” and this was how Muhammad and his successors expanded their territory; And while Jesus is “believed” by followers to be the messiah, it’s a fact that “Gabriel continued to send revelations to Muhammad over 22 years.” Are you mad yet?
Some Tennessee school districts use texts that praise Islam but those books have no authors and no publisher! What book doesn’t provide those vital facts? Propaganda pieces do that. Slides with the book give credit to CAIR that was founded by the Muslim Brotherhood as a Muslim terrorist front. CAIR has been identified as an unindicted co-conspirator to raise money for Hamas, the Palestinian jihadist group.
In another Tennessee school, kids were taught about the “glorious” black leader of the Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan and his egregious accusations against George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Abraham Lincoln. Farrakhan is an unbalanced jerk who said he was taken board a giant UFO filled with thousands of people including the deceased former leader of his group, Elijah Muhammad. Louis did not report seeing Elvis, Judge Parker, Amelia Earhart, or Jimmy Hoffa but stay tuned for his next diatribe. He also assured his followers that he is constantly followed by 1500 smaller planes that protect him from his enemies! Louis is loony!
A public school in Tacoma, Washington permitted a “gay”-straight alliance to put up posters in the halls but when pro-life students wanted to put up their posters, the school refused to permit them. They ended up banning all posters. Ah, yes, educators who believe in diversity, tolerance, fairness, and balance seeking to teach students to think for themselves and defend their sincere beliefs. Hypocritical cowards.
The California State Assembly passed a bill mandating schools permit boys to play on girls’ athletic teams and use the girls’ locker room if they gender identify as girls or vice-versa for girls identifying as boys. The bill’s author is a confessed pervert telling the Los Angeles Times some parents may be uncomfortable with their children sharing bathrooms with students of a different sex, but he said, “It’s also important to protect our children from prejudice.” How about protecting them from sexual predators? Does it take a mental genius to know what unregenerate, uncouth, unrestrained, and uncivil males will do? This is an invitation for disaster.
“There’s no trampling of other people’s rights,” the legislator said. “There’s a recognition that other people have the same rights that you do.” Now, that is perverted thinking. He is more concerned that a young man professing to be a female be permitted to shower with the ladies than safety and modesty! What about the young ladies’ right to privacy? Or protection? And this jerk is making the laws in California! Well, that explains a lot.
The evidence is overwhelming that there is a war against the Master, message, and morals of the Bible and I’m in this war to the end–and God wins! Watch these 8 minute videos of my lecture at the University of North Dakota: “A Christian Challenges New Atheists to Put Up or Shut Up!”
By Berit Kjos
(author of How to Protect Your Child From the New Age & Spiritual Deception)
Humanism has paved the way for the New Age, but most of us didn’t notice. Just as termites can chew away at a home’s foundation for decades before the damage shows, so humanist educators have sought to undermine the public school system. Suddenly we had to face the fact that many schools teach goals and values that contradict biblical values. And the humanist-oriented educational establishment promotes its beliefs as aggressively as any other religious group. Listen to their war cry:
The battle for humankind’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 and respects the spark of what theologians call divinity in every human being.
These teachers must embody the same selfless dedication as the most rabid fundamentalist preachers, 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—preschool, day care, or large state university. The classroom must and will become an arena of conflict between the old and the new—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 ‘love thy neighbor” will finally be achieved.1
American philosopher and educator John Dewey kindled the fire of educational reform. The first president of the American Humanist Association, Dewey was determined to weed out Christian absolutes and reseed with “truths” that could adjust to changing cultures. The Humanist Manifesto, which Dewey signed in 1933, declares the heart of the movement. This is part of its introduction:
There is great danger of a final, and we believe fatal, identification of the word religion with doctrines and methods which have lost their significance and which are powerless to solve the problem of human living in the Twentieth Century . . . Any religion that can hope to be a synthesizing and dynamic force for today, must be shaped for the needs of this age. To establish such a religion is a major necessity of the present.2
Without the 3.2 million-member National Education Association, considered one of the nation’s most powerful political machines, Dewey’s ideas might have been confined to university campuses. Supported by the NEA, comprised of textbook writers and superintendents as well as professors and public school teachers, Dewey’s vision spread like wildfire. Through its militant leadership, the whole educational system became involved—with or without the personal support of local educators, many of whom didn’t realize what was happening.
Few textbooks have escaped the watchful eye of NEA censors, who have doggedly followed Dewey’s plan to provide a “purified environment for the child.” Historical facts that clashed with “progressive education” have been distorted or erased. The NEA has sought total control of curriculum content, control of teachers’ colleges, and sex education, free from parental interference. Though a high percentage of American teachers consider themselves moderate or conservative, the NEA supports abortion on demand (without parental consent), preferential treatment of homosexuals, and teaching evolution, while omitting creationism from the classroom.3
One book, Censorship: Evidence of Bias in Our Children’s Textbooks, unveils some alarming facts. Christianity, family values, and certain political and economic positions have been systematically banished from children’s textbooks. For example, in 670 stories from third-and sixth-grade readers:
No story features Christian or Jewish religious motivation, although one story does make American Indian religion the central theme in the life of a white girl.
Almost no story features marriage or motherhood as important or positive. . . . But there are many aggressively feminist stories that openly deride manhood.
In an original story by Isaac Bashevis Singer, the main character prayed “to God” and later remarked “Thank God.” In the story as presented in the sixth-grade reader, the words “to God” were taken out and the expression “Thank God” was changed to “Thank goodness.”4
While some elementary history textbooks still tell about Thanksgiving, they do not explain to whom the Pilgrims gave thanks. Pilgrims were defined as “people who make long trips.” The Pueblo Natives “can pray to Mother Earth—but Pilgrims can’t be described as praying to God.”5 Overt attacks on Christianity through distortion, depreciation, and ridicule have caused even more damage than omissions. Many of the books students are required to read refer to boring church services, self-righteous ministers, and lustful evangelists. One psychology text equated the historical Jesus with mythological gods:
A great many myths deal with the idea of rebirth. Jesus, Dionysus, Odin, and many other traditional figures are represented as having died, after which they were reborn, or arose from the dead.6
When children are subjected to such suggestions and pressures year after year, many yield to the hostile forces that oppose their beliefs.
The chart below lists several of the humanistic standards being passed down to a new generation of young people and compares these with traditional Christian values.
Secular Humanists
There is no God.
The world is self-existing.
Everything exists for the fulfillment of human life.
The goal. . . is a free and universal society where people cooperate for common good.
Man is responsible for the realization. . . of his dreams.
Values are relative and changing, determined by human need.
Man has within himself the power to create a new world.

We trust in a living, personal God.
God created the world.
“For of him, and through him, and to him, are all things: to whom be glory for ever.” (Romans 11:36)
Our goal is to “know” Christ and the “power of his resurrection.” (Philippians 3:10)
“In God is my salvation and my glory: the rock of my strength, and my refuge, is in God.” (Psalm 62:7)
Biblical values are absolute and unchanging. (Matthew 24:35)
“The things which are impossible with men are possible with God.” (Luke 18:27)
1.. John Dunphy, “A Religion for a New Age” (The Humanist, January/ February 1983), p. 26.
2. “The Humanist Manifesto I” (1933)—the first public declaration of the views and objectives of humanism—rejected God and His values, but affirmed humanist faith in the power and evolution of man. (See: “The Humanist Manifesto II” (1973) reaffirmed and amplified this man-centered, relativistic, utopian belief-system.
3. Bill Sidebottom, “This Teacher’s Union Agenda Has Little to Do with Education” (Citizen, September 1988), pp. 10—11.
4. Paul C. Vitz, Censorship—Evidence of Bias in Our Children’s Textbooks (Ann Arbor, MI: Servant Books, 1986), pp. 3—4, 18—19.
5. Ibid.
6. Mel and Norma Gabler, What Are They Teaching Our Children? (Wheaton, IL: Victor Books, 1985), p. 38.

Other  Articles From Berit’s book:

Islamic Common Core in Public Schools

Published on Jul 31, 2013
This is a video about the disturbing things I saw in my daughter's high school World History class as offered through Florida Virtual School (FLVS). FLVS adopted Common Core and we have noticed a difference in the lessons and online learning environment since that time. We requested to be opted out of Common Core because we are homeschoolers and use their homeschool program. We were told we could not.

The 5 Pillars of Islam and Common Core in Texas, Northwest ISD 2-10-14:

Published on Feb 10, 2014
Northwest ISD Parents and Teachers Against Common Core, address school board regarding the heavy focus of Islam, while just briefly touching on primary religions. Common Core is in Texas, just by another name, College and Career Ready, CScope, Springboard, 21st Century Learning Skills......


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Written by Allen West on December 20, 2014:
I received a very disturbing letter and call to action from a mentor, friend, American warrior, and Executive Vice President of the Family Research Council, Lieutenant General Jerry Boykin.
LTG Boykin is a founding member of America’s elite Delta Force. Today LTG Boykin still fights, and for all the right causes, such as that of Army Chaplain CPT Joseph Lawhorn. CPT Lawhorn is just another victim of the secular humanist policy influence led by Mikey Weinstein against the Judeo-Christian faith heritage in our military. Weinstein has advocated for Christians in the military to be punished for professing their faith.
But as you can see in this below letter of admonition, CPT Lawhorn’s commander at Ft. Benning, Col David G. Fivecoat issued the Army Chaplain a letter of concern for speaking of his faith –a letter that will go into CPT Lawhorn’s personnel file that has adverse consequences for selection for promotion. Why in God’s name would Col Fivecoat be concerned about an Army Chaplain speaking of his faith during suicide prevention training?
Ladies and gents, please join in and sign the petition to have this letter removed and perhaps a letter of reprimand should be placed in Col Fivecoat’s personnel file. Thus incident is appalling and we should all be outraged over the persecution of Christian faith in our military. Scroll down to read the letter.
December 17, 2014
Dear Friend,
This cannot stand. When a military chaplain cannot openly speak about his faith, military disarmament has reached a level that no budget cuts could ever produce.
On November 20th, Capt. Joseph Lawhorn, U.S. Army Chaplain at Fort Benning, participated in a mandatory suicide awareness and prevention briefing in which he gave a presentation describing resources – both spiritual and secular – that were available for handling such grave mental health situations. He went further and discussed his personal struggles with depression, describing the spiritual and religious steps that helped him during those dark times in his life.
As a result of the chaplain’s discussion of his faith, he was called into his brigade commander’s office on Thanksgiving Day. There Col. David G. Fivecoat issued Chaplain Lawhorn a Letter of Concern that is to remain in his personnel file for the duration of his stay at Fort Benning. This type of letter can be devastating for career military personnel and would likely prohibit further professional advancement of Chaplain Lawhorn.
The fact that a chaplain was reprimanded for discussing his faith in a suicide prevention course is beyond belief. It casts a chilling effect upon other chaplains and military personnel who would speak about their faith. How else would a Christian chaplain be expected to respond to a crisis that is plaguing our men and women in uniform?
This kind of intimidation must be eradicated from our armed forces. Please join me in signing our petition to Secretary of the Army John McHugh to rescind the Letter of Concern and to reprimand Col. Fivecoat for violating protections afforded to all military personnel enacted into law in the National Defense Authorization Act.
With your help, we can help put on notice those who would be emboldened to take similar actions against chaplains in the future that actions like this cannot stand. Please sign this petition.
Boykin signature
Lt. Gen. William G. “Jerry” Boykin, USA (Ret.)
Executive Vice President