Thursday, August 27, 2009

Gov't Decides How Faithful Your Child Can Be

A 10yr old girl in New Hamshire was deemed a bit too faithful.  The court ruled and they want her 'dirtied up' a bit by forcing her to attend public school.  Even the court knows how you get the Godly, faithfulness influence rubbed off of kids - send them to public school! 

"the court acknowledges that the girl in question is doing well socially and academically, but he adds that the court went too far when they determined that the girl's Christian faith was a "bit too sincerely held and must be sifted, tested by, and mixed among other worldviews."

Read the full story here:
http://www.onenewsnow.com/Education/Default.aspx?id=659638


Note to the Godless Gov't: Stay away from my kids!!!!!

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6 comments:

Rendla said...

This is so scary. I didn't know the First Amendment was of private interpretation.

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances."

Why is it so hard to understand? I pray that this is appealed and overturned.

Marie-Anne

Christian Homekeeper said...

I hope it is overturned too - I think I would move to a different state before I let them go to public school! ~Bev

Anonymous said...

Our first girl is to be delivered soon.
The 1st Amendment gives me the right to exercise my religion including teaching my daughter at home.
The 2nd Amendment gives me the right to defend and protect my right to exercise my religion.

This Govt has gone too far!

Christian Homekeeper said...

I amen all you said anonymous! Thanks for the comment! :) ~Bev

Candy said...

I read about this in my email the other day and was going to forward it to you :) I couldnt believe it either. Its so upsetting! How can the court do this! I sure hope it gets over turned too!!!

Christian Homekeeper said...

It is pretty appalling, even some "neutral" people I've talked to think its wrong to force someone and not let the parent have the choice on who teaches their child. ~Bev

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