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Cheerleaders’ Bible Verses Banned.

Written by Gary North on September 24, 2012

A tiny Texas high school has been allowing its cheerleaders to use out Bible verses on signs. A humanist special-interest pressure group located in Wisconsin has threatened the school district with a law suit. The district superintendent has announced that there will be no more Bible verses from the cheerleaders.

Once again, the humanists have won a battle for a Bible-free zone: tax-funded education.

The U.S. Supreme Court began its series of school decisions back in 1948. It has not deviated from its perspective: no Christianity in tax-funded schools.

The Christians, true to 1800 years of compromise, have responded by trying to invent a Christianity-free education that in some way is supposed to be Christian, yet neutral. Why? To justify sending its children into schools run by humanists. The Court has banned all such attempts. But the Christians keep trying.

This began in the late 1830s, when Unitarians took over public education in Masssachusetts. The key figure here was a Unitarian lawyer, Horace Mann, who took over the newly created state schools program. Christians have meekly gone along with this, since they believe that education should be funded at taxpayers’ expense, not by parents. They long ago abandoned the idea of Christian education. Why? For the sake of the famous free lunch. This political tradition is as old as mom and apple pie (tax funded).

Now the ban has extended into the holiest sanctuary of Southern Baptist Christianity: Friday night football in Texas. If cheerleaders are not allowed to spell out Bible verses, the game is over. “Push ’em back, push ’em back, way back” is now hopeless. Christian parents have put up with Darwinism in the classroom for half a century. But the holy of holies has now been successfully invaded.

So, they will grin and bear it. They will still send their children into the temple of humanism. Why? Because it’s free! They pay their taxes, so they will collect on their taxes. At what cost? Intellectual schizophrenia.

They gripe about taxes, but they tithe their children to the state.

The cheerleaders should spell out one last passage at the next game: 2 Corinthians 6:14-18. But they won’t. It is the forbidden passage in Texas public schools, on all sides. It always has been.

Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness? And what concord hath Christ with Belial? or what part hath he that believeth with an infidel? And what agreement hath the temple of God with idols? for ye are the temple of the living God; as God hath said, I will dwell in them, and walk in them; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people.  Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you,  And will be a Father unto you, and ye shall be my sons and daughters, saith the Lord Almighty.

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14 thoughts on “Cheerleaders’ Bible Verses Banned.

  1. We bring children into the world, than fail to be "responsible" for their "care & feeding". We sell our souls for "a mess of pottage". We give up our parenteral rights for what? Free education? Well free has a tremendous PRICE! We are "RESPONSIBLE" for our children. NOT THE STATE!

  2. Wisconsin Whips Texas Without a Fight! It took 13 days of actual fighting for Santa Anna and the Mexican army to whip a few dozen Texans defending the Alamo mission, today it just takes a sternly worded letter from some kooks in Wisconsin. Kind of funny if you think about it, the Priestcraft rules like the Roman Catholic Church without its theology.

  3. At times I am not proud of Wisconsin.
    What I find amazing is that some yokel in Madison(76 sq miles surrounded by reality)is upset at whet happens in Texas.

  4. Not a Paper Patriot says:

    America is doomed becuse it has cravenly abandoned God’s holy, inviolable principles and has become an unclean thing. His righteous judgment is nigh. Get out or prepare for the fight of your lives because it will literally be FOR your lives.

  5. "And thou shalt love YHWH thy God with all thine heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy might. And these words, which I command thee this day, shall be in thine heart: And thou shalt teach them diligently unto thy children, and shalt talk of them when thou sittest in thine house, and when thou walkest by the way, and when thou liest down, and when thou risest up." (Deuteronomy 6:5-7)

  6. This is just another of Obama and his thugs trying to bully the school in to taking god out of there lives. What a bad president we have in the white house. Time to kick him out, and put a true american with values in his place.No one can go wrong with that move…….Read more: http://godfatherpolitics.com/6638/no-protestant-o… IMPORTANT LOOK AT THIS! IT IS VERY SHORT BUT VERY INTERESTING! This just broke. Share this quickly as YouTube may scrub it! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Jhx_2TqffE

  7. I'd say these morons in Wisconsin need to mind their own business…..GO TEXAS….DO IT ANYWAY!!!! We need a REAL PRESIDENT!!!

  8. AmericansRon2U says:

    All of these assaults on Christianity are a result of the mythical "separation of church and state"…there is NO such animal in the U.S. Constitution. Govt. was intended to keep its nose out of religion but NOT the reverse. As evidence to this, just take a stroll through the buildings and monuments in DC. The top of the Washington monument has a metal cap engraved with "Laus Deo"…praise God. So much for the secular lie. Our free republic was established for a moral and religious people…when morality and honor disappear, so does the free republic, folks.

  9. Texas Chris says:

    I live in Beaumont, Texas, 15 minutes from Kountze.

    There will be Bible verses on the banners Friday night. You watch.

  10. Well, I'm confused! I just read an article a couple of days ago that said they COULD use Bible verses. So what's up with this??

  11. tellitlikeitis says:

    hey chris shame on your so called politicians in texas for not standing up to this sh*t, the christians in this country better get their act together and stop letting these atheist and liberals take there religious freedoms away slice by slice and before you know it they just got the whole pie.

  12. Patriot1776 says:

    It isn't just the politicians who need to stand up, it is our country, we need to stand together.

  13. First, the court should toss any legal action filed because the Wisconsin monkeys have no "standing"… HOW are they "offended" or "harmed" all that distance from these games?

    Second, it should be tossed unless they can demonstrate what law CONGRESS (yes, the UN Senate and House) have passed that these cheerleaders are violating, or what law CONGRESS passed that results in what these cheerleaders are doing. Unless they can do one or the other on CONGRESS' passing some law, there IS no First Ammendment violation.

    Third, unless some court very quickly does both of the above and ends this stupidity, AND awards legal costs to whoever defends the cheerleaders/school, the locals should rise up and unseat the judge who failed to uphold the law and defend their just cause.

  14. Please explain to me how someone in Wisconsin, can tell someone in Texas what and how to do it. Good Grief! We really are going down the hill. Thanks all you Democrats. May you all be wondering when your President is no longer one.
    (Never was)!