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Bringing the Biblical Worldview to Public Schools (VIDEO)

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At first the students seemed reluctant to say the American view but after convincing them from founding documents and explaining the importance of standing on these principles if we expect to remain free they were “on board,” even requesting for me to come back and share again!

Here are the pictures from the public school government class I spoke in today. Big thanks to IOTC instructor and Central Committee member Doug Cook for setting this up. We talked about them having a living breathing work contract. The kids didn’t like that idea. Truth is fixed “not living and breathing and changing.” Everyone of them learned the American View 1. There is a God 2. Our rights come from him. 3. Government’s job is to secure those rights.  At first the students seemed reluctant to say the American view but after convincing them from founding documents and explaining the importance of standing on these principles if we expect to remain free they were “on board,” even requesting for me to come back and share again! -IOTC President Jake MacAulay

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At first the students seemed reluctant to say the American view but after convincing them from founding documents and explaining the importance of standing on these principles if we expect to remain free they were “on board,” even requesting for me to come back and share again!

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