How Could A T-Shirt Help Save America’s Christian Future?
By Kevin Fobbs
[First published on Clashdaily.com December 9, 2017]
In every generation, since the formation of America became a nation, parents in homes have shared dreams, aspirations and yes, even prayers with their children about freedom, faith, and patriotism. Children are essential to each stage and each moment that defines America and the Christian principles that created it. “We the Kids” [ wethekids.us/ ] national non-profit president, Judy Lane Frazier, is committed to defending and honoring these principles’ See how their “Hooked on History” will help you, and millions of families and children, defend its future.
For decades, children in hundreds of classrooms across America have been ordered, and in far too many instances suspended, in school for discussing Christ in the classroom, or sharing Biblical stories and songs in plays during the Christmas season. Each generation since the U.S. Supreme Court ordered the removal of the Bible from public schools, the liberal education establishment stepped up their focused opposition to the Bible, celebration of Christmas carols, plays and even the word God found in the nation’s foundational documents of America.
The powerful words of John Adams, signer of the Declaration of Independence and the nation’s second president, emphasized, “The general principles on which the fathers achieved independence were the general principles of Christianity. I will avow that I then believed, and now believe, that those general principles of Christianity are as eternal and immutable as the existence and attributes of God.”