Should the teachings of the Church of Scientology shape the integrity and moral rectitude of children in Illinoisâ€™ public schools? A resolution before the stateâ€™s House Elementary and Secondary Education Committee this week poses that very question.
House Resolution 254 would endorse three options for character education in the stateâ€™s public school system, including Good Choices, a curriculum based on a code of conduct created by Scientologyâ€™s founder L. Ron Hubbard.
Jim Lincoln wrote: Something of an error in logic, Rufus. First this bill has to become law in Il. for it to be in effect there. All public schools are not like those in Ill. Of course that being said, IHCC has always been a big supporter of home schoolers, Encouraging and supporting Christian families who educate their children at home and religious schools. How the Ill. school system could allow Scientology q.v., What is Scientology? , in I don't see as possible. They would be quickly sued for teaching religion.
So Ms. Cartwright wrecks the morals of children via the Simpson's then she's going to try to correct their morals through L. Ron Hubbard's scientology and the state of Illinois has a resolution to allow for it? Are Christians yet seeing why it is sinful for them to sacrifice their children to public indoctrination/education?