posted on Mar, 6 2018 @ 08:15 PM
a reply to: muzzleflash
You brought up the point on Christianity itself, in the title of the post you presented in the first part. And you did it cause you knew it was a
very hot topic, you even stated such.
Every time you bring it up, I want to know, as would people out there who have children in the schools, how this would be taught and what basis that
they have. And every time someone suggest teaching Morals, there is a religious overtone to such. And as it has a religious view point to it,
therefore it would not be acceptable as it would offend those who are either not of that belief, or of a different denomination. Or one ends up with
demanding of equality in the religions that most object to.
I also pointed out, the futility of such. Teaching a child morals in school is a futile attempt if they are not seeing such at home. Make no
mistake, what a child sees at home when it comes to behavior has a far greater effect than what ever they are taught about such in school. And what
most teachers will tell you, is that much of how a child acts or behaves starts in the home, and there is nothing that they can or will do. To do
such is opening a headache that most teachers do not want to deal with.