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Do You Know What Your
Children Are Being Taught in School?
By Mike Riddle
Most parents who take their children to church on Sunday
also send them off to a secular school the rest of the week. This
is the case in approximately 88% of U.S. households with school-age
children. If the
teacher teaches from secular textbooks, the child’s Christian
education is challenged.
At church they
are taught that they are special in God’s eyes; in fact, they
are created in His image. In most secular schools they hear the
philosophy of naturalism, the idea that mass and energy are all
that exist and that the universe and life all arose by natural
processes. There is no supernatural Creator God.
In a key 1995 statement,
the National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT) affirmed that
naturalism is a fundamental tenet of science education: “The diversity
of life on earth is the outcome of evolution: an unsupervised,
impersonal, unpredictable and natural process of temporal descent
with genetic modification that is affected by natural selection,
chance, historical contingencies and changing environments.”
means no Creator God. “Impersonal” means life has no special meaning.
“Unpredictable” means we are a product of blind chance. “Natural
process” means processes inherent in matter. It should be noted
that in 1997, the NABT removed the words, unsupervised” and “impersonal”
when they realized they were distancing themselves from religious
people, but the words “unpredictable” and “natural processes”
It appears that
secular textbooks are following these tenets well. Consider these
quotes from some popular textbooks: “Evolution is not goal oriented”
(Campbell and Reece, AP Edition Biology, 2005, p. 486).
“But all researchers agree on certain basic facts. We
know, for example, that humans evolved from ancestors we share
with other living primates such as chimpanzees and apes” (Miller
and Levine, Biology, 2000, p. 757).
The NABT’s position statement directly contradicts biblical creation
and the Gospel of Jesus Christ. As Jesus said
in Mark 10:6, “But from the beginning of the
creation God made them male and female” (KJV).
Jesus clearly states
that man and woman were on planet earth from the beginning of
creation, not after millions of years of unsupervised evolution.
If we can’t trust the words of Jesus, then why should we trust
Him as our Savior?
Truth Project Could
Change Our Nation
By Bev Ehlen
The issues of the day are more than troubling; abortion,
divorce, the redefinition of marriage, human cloning, rampant
immorality, government corruption.
America has lost its way. But it is not the ACLU, Planned Parenthood,
the pornography trade, Hollywood or the mainstream media who are
at fault. The fault lies with Christians who have either abdicated
their responsibilities or bought into the world’s lies out of
ignorance and are living according to the world’s standards as
opposed to God’s.
God promised to
heal our land when His people turn from their wicked ways. The key to our country being healed is Christians
repenting. The need for repentance will become evident once our
minds are transformed by the Word of God.
There is something
that could help turn our hearts and minds to God - a study that
could not only change us but could change our nation.
Focus on the Family
has produced The Truth Project
which is a study that is probably the best tool available for
transforming minds and lives of Christians. The
Truth Project is a DVD-based small group curriculum which
is a systematic and comprehensive biblical worldview study that
looks at all of life. This home study is the starting point for
looking at life from a biblical perspective. Each lesson discusses
in great detail the relevance and importance of living the Christian
worldview and will equip people to make a Christ-centered difference
in our culture by applying God's principles to daily life.
The following are
brief descriptions of each of the 12 lessons taught by Dr. Del
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