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Atheist's Run Aground?

Discussion in 'General Baptist Discussions' started by HAMel, Jan 30, 2015.

  1. HAMel

    HAMel Well-Known Member
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    If the atheist crowd insists upon a separation of Church & State, what justification could there be for dispatching a Fire Vehicle, Police Officer or EMT to a place of worship? Or, for that matter, to the home of a believer? Or to a Church Camp? ...or to any other function hosted by any church?

    It does appear the atheist crowd hasn't considered all the facts involved in support of their position.
     
  2. Van

    Van Well-Known Member
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    The doctrine of separation of Church and State is a sound doctrine and a distinctive of most Baptists. The idea is that those who govern should not dictate doctrine. Thus for public schools to teach godless origin, cleanly violates the doctrine. However, the atheists and courts have so perverted the doctrine, it now is used to exclude teaching God as creator.

    The only solution is to revamp public schools and give all students/parents of students, a voucher so they could attend a school of their choice. Currently the rich and hard working committed Christians send their kids to private schools, but the Democrats due to an alliance with Teacher Unions, oppose vouchers.

    And as usual, the majority of voters vote against vouchers, voting for slavery to the state. Amazing but true.
     
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