Why do the stupid liberals keep doing this insane uncontitutional nonsense when they should know the court rulings pertaining to this subject matter. Courts have repeatedly stated that mentioning God in public schools is not in violation of the Constitution.
Bound to happen: they sprinkle babies to make them born again, they modernised the Bible, they modernised the Book of Common Prayer, they modernised the structure of office and included female priests and now bishops, now they've modernised the baptismal service to discount the devil, and they want to do their ministry in jeans and a tee shirt in an attempt to attract customers, they want the "Toronto Blessing", they want the "Alpha Course", they want the "Holy Spirit Weekends", but they don't want The Truth.
All Islam is radical since the Koran commands all Muslims to kill the infidels who according to the Koran are Jews, Christians and all other Non Muslims.
Rodney K., You really are in need of psychological evaluation to believe that the Catholic Church is part of Satan's kingdom. No normal Evangelical Protestant believes the Catholic Church is part of Satan's kingdom. Only abnormal Evangelical Protestants with mental problems believe the Catholic Church is part of Satan's kingdom.
John 8 44Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it.
Stephenie Simon wrote: The other half of respondents were asked the same question, but with the term ‚ÄúCommon Core‚ÄĚ stripped out; they were simply asked to weigh in on ‚Äústandards for reading and math that are the same across the states.‚ÄĚ Like magic, support for the standards soared, back up to 68 percent ‚ÄĒ and Republicans were just as enthusiastic as Democrats.
The Education Next poll also asked people who said they‚Äôd heard of the Common Core a series of true/false questions about the standards. Huge majorities got them wrong, mistakenly insisting, for instance, that the federal government mandates the use of the standards and that the Common Core strips away local control over textbooks.