God Out, Kevlar In

Since the ‘60’s, God has routinely been taken out of the public schoolroom.  As obedience to a higher authority has been drained from the classrooms, the search for order has filled administrators days with one attempt after another to get control: tolerance instruction, diversity training, school uniforms, school counselors, stricter “gun-free” laws.  Now, the ultimate has arrived: Kevlar school uniforms.  Yes, direct from the godless classrooms of British schools, this “stab-proof” apparel is all the latest rage.  Get your kids their stab-proof clothing before it is too late:  http://keyetv.com/topstories/topstories_story_228004502.html The upshot of this (it seems to me) is a kind of capitulation, a way of saying, in effect, that we can’t get control of these classrooms so we might as well save ourselves from being stabbed to death.  I suppose those who can afford Kevlar Clothing will be the last ones standing for public education.

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  1. “And just as they did not see fit to acknowledge God any longer, God gave them over to a depraved mind to do those things which are not proper…” (Rom. 1:28) I believe this passage is a perfect commentary for our day. It really seems like moral decadence has increased at a much quicker pace in last 50 years than in centuries prior. It will be interesting to see what becomes the voice of authority and the standard of morality in America as God and His laws are forced out. Subjective tolerance seems like it has a seat reserved. Sharia law has definitely begun its campaign. Who knows? Go ahead, take a stab at it.


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