Arguments are delivered Round Two: Rebuttal Thanks to anyone who accepts this challenge! Many people struggle over issues revolving around religion.
Chilton The usual argument against public education is very convincing. It runs something like this: Public schools have become breeding grounds for violence and sexual promiscuity; they often are outlets for socialist propaganda; they now constitute a formidable enemy of Christianity by teaching evolution and prohibiting prayer and Bible reading and of the family by teaching sex education and deriding traditional authority structures.
No matter what the reason, that is certainly a good result. Unfortunately, the argument above is not as principled as it looks. Thus, even among Christians who agree with the argument, you will find the following attitudes: To put it bluntly, we want our socialism, but we want it clean.
Quite an interesting position, philosophically: As Christians, we do not argue against abortion simply by citing the dangers of malpractice; nor should we consider it sufficient to oppose state education simply because of its evil consequences.
We do not work for safer methods of abortion; nor should we work to improve public schools. According to the Bible see, e. God has appointed civil rulers as His ministers, and their responsibility is to administer His laws.
The Bible does not give rulers the power to educate children; that responsibility belongs to the family. State schools are therefore immoral in principle. Viewed in this light, it is no wonder that the public school system has spawned a generation of illiterate criminals who assume the world owes them a living.
The rise in public-school crime and violence is nothing but the humanistic superstructure built on a rotten foundation. We should therefore provide free dental care and send bureaucrats to each home every morning and evening, armed with dental floss, to enforce oral hygiene on the population.
Where do you draw the line? You draw the line where God draws it: God has defined the responsibilities and limits of the state, and whenever it falls short of those responsibilities, or transgresses those limits, it is playing god.
The inevitable result is national damnation. No matter what objection you have to all this, it falls the ultimate test: But the fact that none of your bad checks have returned is no justification of forgery.
Those wonderful schools are possible only by the illegitimate beneficence of a deified state which plunders your neighbors to give your kids a free lunch.
Look at yourself for a prime example. High, and you were a virgin on Graduation Day. Consider your reaction to this essay. You think the argument that public education involves theft is somewhat "abstract.
The real problem with public schools is that they exist in the first place. They are an ungodly, unlawful, collectivist institution.
The many evils now spewing out of them derive from the curse of God inflicted on all institutions that defy Him. He has commanded parents to educate their children in terms of His law; that cannot be done in a public school. Institutions premised on sin must not be redeemed, but abandoned.
We cannot send young maidens into brothels in the interests of "equal time for chastity. Our Lord never called His people to help build the tower of Babel in the hope of getting a Bible study in the basement.
He commanded us to build our own city on a hill.School prayer could lead to increased tolerance and less bullying in school since it can instill a sense of right and wrong and a love for others above oneself.
School prayer will promote good citizenship. Prayer in Schools Logic Argument In: Philosophy and Psychology Submitted By christabennett19 (“An Argument Against School Uniforms”). “School Uniform use was not significantly correlated with any of the school commitment variables such as behavior, or substance use of (drugs).
this helped the students develop morals and learn. The places for prayer and religious instruction are the home, the church, the synagogue, the mosque, etc.
It is the parent's responsibility to education their children in religious matters, not. The usual argument against public education is very convincing.
And very wrong. It runs something like this: Public schools have become breeding grounds for violence and sexual promiscuity; they often are outlets for socialist propaganda; they now constitute a formidable enemy of Christianity (by teaching evolution and prohibiting prayer and Bible reading) and of the family (by teaching sex.
The strongest argument against Islam is the immorality endorsed by Allah, the Quran, ahadith and Muhammad. If the truth is eternal, and Allah’s word is the truth, then how can the following come from, or be endorsed or condoned by, a moral God? The Case Against School Prayer The record shows that religious beliefs have flourished in this country not in spite of but because of the constitutional separation of church and state.
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