Goodnight America: Does Bible Belong in our Classrooms?


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  1. I read Thomas Paine’s “The Age of Reason.” I stopped and gave a lot of thought to how the Bible has been edited by others. I do not believe it is the complete word of God as He intended, if He intended any at all. When I was a kid I wondered why there was a King Jame’s version. Who was King James and why did he think he could edit God’s words?
    I am not sure what to think of all religious stuff. I just wish some with common sense and logic could tell me where to go to read the actual unabridged, unedited, untampered with Bible. I see the websites below, and will check it all out. I want the actual Bible to read and then decide for myself, if that is possible. Thanks.

  2. Most bibles should be burned but we will need a few for those who actually do read Chaldean, are proficient in Gematria, Notarikon and Temurah, and have read the Zohar so they no exactly who the evil god of that book is…

  3. And we want to talk about reading lists? Find me one better than this:

    This is high school. What would college/university look like? The grads of this curriculum would look like Ph.Ds compared to most today (including most current Ph.Ds)

    What public (govt.) school includes the following:

    On the Origin of Species — Darwin (this in the senior year)


    The Communist Manifesto — Marx, Engels
    Mein Kampf — Hitler
    The Law — Bastiat
    On Liberty — Mill
    Common Sense — Paine
    Federalist Papers — Madison, Hamilton, Jay

    In prior years, the student has already read:

    The Republic — Plato
    The Oldest Code of Laws in the World — Hammurab
    The Epic of Gilgamesh
    The Prince and the Pauper — Twain
    O Captain! My Captain! — Whitman

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