Monday, June 19, 2006


Exit Strategy

E,. Ray Moore, a national leader of home schooling advocates, pushed at this year's Southern Baptist Convention, held last week in Greensboro, N.C., for an exit strategy from the public school system, according to Michael Gartland of The Charleston Post and Courier. The resolution failed, but a motion calling for a study on Baptist children's issues passed.
To encourage people to leave the schools, Moore started Exodus Mandate in 1998. In the time since its founding, he has tried to reframe the debate on whether Christians should allow their children to go to public school.

"The Christian community will never defeat a postmodernist, humanist culture with most of its children in postmodernist, humanist schools," he says. "You can't put them in a pagan school and be faithful to your Christianity at that point."

Moore predicts the public school system will collapse within the next decade, writes Gartland.

Right after the rapture.


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