Will American Christendom Die in the Collegiate Classrooms?

Will American Christendom Die in the Collegiate Classrooms? by David Lane for Charisma News

In June, I wrote of our experience at Harvard Law School graduation where New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s commencement address sounded much more like an expository sermon advancing religious secularism than a keynote address to honor graduating seniors.

This shouldn’t come as a surprise when keeping in mind that the last three or four generations of America’s youth have been instructed and schooled by secular collectivists spouting radically godless persuasion. It stands as further proof of the forlorn reality that the way of the wicked prevails over God’s authority and rule in present-day America.

Even more proof that secularism’s promoters and propagandists possess controlling influence over American education was provided some days ago. Our second son-in-law will be entering the University of Michigan Medical School [UMMS] this fall. He participated in the White Coat Ceremony, a wonderful tradition at UMMS in which incoming medical school matriculants are welcomed and given a lab coat and stethoscope as they begin their career in medicine.

Before the ceremony, we dropped by the men’s restroom and noticed upon departure a box of Tampax and Maxi Pads made available, gratis, to all male patrons. I stuffed a Tampax in my left suit pocket and a Maxi Pad in the right, as evidence, without forethought that a few hours later, I’d be scurrying through airport security.

Presenting female personal care products to males once again bears out the ominously prophetic observation that medical organizations and public health agencies are following the chimerical pied piper’s false tune of make-believe.

While operating under the pretensions of objectivity and scholarship, it will be clear that quite a different god is being exalted, worshipped and implanted in America’s youth through public education. As two distinct religions vie for ideological supremacy and control of culture, American Christendom has entered its defining kairos, meaning it has been given the ability to read the signs of the times and to respond in faith.

Godless secularism declares that moral values, ethical standards and positions of right and wrong are not absolute, but relative and dependent on man’s circumstances or personal beliefs. Abortion, homosexual intercourse and marriage and transgenderism, in the secular view, pertain to the solemnly binding ordinances to be observed by all followers of the secularized state religion.

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