macca wrote:Everything is gearing up to allow all that is good and Godly to be subdued and destroyed if possible.
The great falling away has begun and it is world wide in its scope.
Our hope is closer then many realize
It sure is macca.
I read in one of our papers yesterday that the gay and lesbian group have a politician raising a bill in state parliament to have the scriptures which renounce sodomy be removed and not mentioned to students.
THE NSW Government’s review of scripture in public schools deleted a section of a 2015 draft report showing children were exposed to lessons on the conservative Christian concept of “headship” – where women “submit” to their husbands – and negative messages on homosexuality.
The Department of Education released a final report in April, after a 17-month delay, with sections of the draft report that validated scripture opponents’ concerns about the growing and unacknowledged influence of evangelical Christian groups in state schools deleted or paraphrased.
The deleted sections included a primary principal’s difficulty obtaining evidence of working with children clearances from a special religious education (SRE), or scripture provider, and examples of children exposed to messages on gender and homosexuality that breached department guidelines.
The draft ARTD Consultants report found an unidentified major Christian publisher’s lesson material taught “the concept of ‘headship’ and that women should submit to their husbands, abstinence only sex education, negative LGBTI messages and that sexual intimacy is only acceptable to God between a married man and woman”.
The Department of Education deleted the sentence and replaced it with the words: “The text also contained messages about sex education, which is not appropriate or the role of SRE”.
Lesson material on "the concept of ‘headship’ and that women should submit to their husbands, abstinence only sex education, negative LGBTI messages and that sexual intimacy is only acceptable to God between a married man and woman".
- ARTD Consultants December, 2015 draft report.
http://www.theherald.com.au/story/47342 ... on/?cs=303