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Published: April 11, 2022  Updated: April 11, 2022 at 8:26 am EST

Across the world from Australia to the United States, countless children are actively being demoralized by the schools in which they are supposed to receive an education. We’re at a point in time where laws have to be drafted in order to prevent predators from teaching pornographic content to children. That says a lot about the time period in which we are living.

Children are the innocence, and morality is not subjective – it is objective. Yet, the left with all of their education cannot fathom continuing life as we know it without attempting to teach children about homosexuality, sex, transgenderism, and masturbation before children can even learn to read and write fluently.

The reality surrounding the new curriculum being taught in schools across the globe is disturbing. Where and when exactly did teaching children about adult content become appropriate? There are so many examples where this is becoming normal to find in schools that a new occurrence is happening almost daily. Children should not be taught adult content. Period.

It is thought that morality development begins within the first five years of life; “Ages 1-3: Toddlers are often impulsive, acting before thinking. At this stage, children begin to understand the concept of okay/not okay, and may start to show shame, guilt or remorse if they do something wrong. While they begin to realize that others have feelings and needs, toddlers do not yet have the ability to truly distinguish between right and wrong. Instead, parents and other caregivers define moral behavior and begin to help children recognize a code of ethics — e.g., “We don’t take other peoples’ toys because we wouldn’t want them to take ours.” Caregivers serve as role models for ethical behavior. Consistently offering guidance, correction, and consequences helps teach children about the impact of their behavior on themselves and others, and helps define right and wrong.

Ages 4-5 – Preschoolers begin to develop their own ideas of right and wrong, and they are better able to follow rules. While preschool children may be motivated to behave ethically or morally to avoid punishment or be praised, they also have an increasing understanding of the feelings and rights of other people. Though children at this stage often need to be reminded of rules and need guidance following them, they also begin to develop a strong sense of fairness and acceptable behavior. Parents can help children develop a moral code by discussing ethical dilemmas and talking about feelings. Setting clear boundaries, expectations, and consequences for moral behavior can help preschoolers clarify values.”

What’s even worse, is the parents who are speaking out are being threatened by governmental agencies for defending their children. At what point did it become irrational to be involved with your child’s education. Or should I say at what point did it become irrational to think that your children are your own?

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The children do not belong to the State or “The Community” in today’s terminology.

We as Christians have an obligation, not just to our children, but to the Lord, to protect our child’s morality and mind just as if it is an external threat because our children are the items that whatever organizational effort is after. The next generation is under serious threat. Now, while that may sound extreme – so is teaching 3-year-olds about sex.

Last year the primary concern regarding what was being taught in school was Critical Race Theory – this year it’s Sex and Morality.

What say you reader?