Great Post Shannon As you said our schools are different from …

Comment on CCC apprises leadership of LSU news by Doug Kendall.

Great Post Shannon
As you said our schools are different from other public schools and should be.
The main reason for us to have our own privite schools is to prepare our youth to carry the Gospel/Three Angels message to the world!

Thus our main goal should be to teach them what they will need to know to accomplish that goal in whatever environment God has called them to work.
Of course they need to get a proper degree to do that, but that should be secondary to the God centered education we should be incorperating into every class. In every area of study, we should teach what God has said about that topic so our students can bring that point of view to their respective career fields and be effective witnessing tools.

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Right on the money Sean. This issue seems so clear to many of us, but there are many who have a misunderstanding of God and his ways. We must not judge their hearts. We can however judge many things/actions/ideas to be right or wrong. God has given us his laws and his word for that very reason.

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Very true ICR and AIG are miles ahead of us in most every area. We should be at the front of this Creation vs Evolution Issue, not debating if the Bible is true or not.

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Very well done. God is honored by the Biblical integrity of this statement.

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That was a great Statement. Too bad no one gave it much thought, much like the Creation summit statements of 2004.

I am aware the GC recently had meetings on the issue and are working to resolve it. Most of the GC leaders have united in support of literal creation from what I have heard. (this is good news)
However, it’s clear having meetings and giving out statements of support for Creationism isn’t going to change things very much at LSU. (the bad news)