Knowledge gleaned from California Christian schools’ textbooks

I know I shouldn’t be surprised by what is presented in the curriculum of Christian schools, but I always am. This article provides some wonderful examples.

However, I’m glad we now know that Thomas Jefferson was the anti-Christ. Perhaps this will convince people that there’s a possibility the Founding Fathers didn’t intend for the laws of the United States to be based on the Bible.

This post refers to:

Vinciguerra, Thomas. “Here’s the Problem With Emily Dickinson.” New York Times. Nov. 27, 2005.

3 thoughts on “Knowledge gleaned from California Christian schools’ textbooks

  1. Wow… those excerpts take me back; I had classes with BJU Press textbooks, and they’re all pretty much like that. I remember my sixth grade world history book said that the United Nations was under the thumb of the Soviet Union even though the United States spent the most in UN support.

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  2. Ok, I’ll admit that initially did nothing more than disgust me. But it’s somehow satisfying to watch stupidity trying to justify itself with rhetoric and something that’s supposed to resemble logic.

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