Why Should I Send My Child To A School That's Nowhere Near My House When The Public School Is Right Across The Street?
If the public school system is rooted in a humanistic, truth-is-relative philosophy - and whether they openly admit it or not, virtually all of them are - does it really matter how close to home your children are when they hear it? Across the street or across town, they're still being taught for six to eight hours a day that God is irrelevant.
If the issue is safety, you'll find that Christian schools are much less dangerous, no matter how far away they are from home. [click here for more information about safety] But if it's simply a matter of location, you might be letting the school's proximity cloud your judgment. When it comes to your decision-making pecking order, obedience should always precede convenience.
"The school system that ignores God teaches its pupils to ignore God; and this is not neutrality. It is the worst form of antagonism, for it judges God to be unimportant and irrelevant in human affairs. This is atheism."
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