WHEN PEOPLE HURT CHILDREN The Civil Libertarian Cult

Inscription on the Statue of Liberty  Author: Emma Lazarus  Give me your tired, your poor,  Your huddled masses, yearning to breath free ... (etc.) has a hidden meaning now manifested in an agenda meant to re-enslave
Inscription on the Statue of Liberty Author: Emma Lazarus Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses, yearning to breath free ... (etc.) has a hidden meaning now manifested in an agenda meant to re-enslave | Source

The Civil Libertarian Cult & UnAmerican Activities

The worst thing that a parent or guardian can do is keep a child from the knowledge of the Lord and a Good Christian upbringing. The powers that be perpetuate iniquity and stand in darkness. Either you are a part of the problem or a part of the solution: the downward flow towards destruction, or the maturing and blossoming towards wholeness. Sports are good and the golden rule is great, but training a child in the ways of God is priceless. A contribution to the decline in religious values comes as youth today are not taken to Church or even Sunday-School by Parents or Guardians. Society’s weak values have affected households and how people raise children. When the parents of baby boomers took their children to church it was a reasonable service, now it seems to be the exception to the rule and extraordinary.

It is the responsibility of each adult to support civil servants who prevent policies that spread the indoctrination of the false-freedoms espoused by pseudo-libertarians. When people stand erect with a firm hand against the disguised hostility of civil libertarians, we protect the well being of our children. The brand of Freedom that was the force behind the words spoken and etched in stone at Monticello, the Lincoln Memorial, and the Washington Monument, and even at Ellis Island, undergirding Lady Liberty is quite contrary to the freedom of the civil libertarians who are a modern metamorphosis of the ancient cult of Molech. The American people allowed unwholesome concessions to stand at the expense of raising our children in the fear and the admonition of the Lord, while reaching towards a more perfect union. Demons slipped-in between the cracks of a flawed system to push their agenda, and on June 17, 1963, the U.S. Supreme Court decided 8–1 in favor of anti-Bible enthusiast Edward Schempp. The outcome of Schempp v. Curlett, declared that sanctioned organized Bible reading in public schools was unconstitutional.

21st Century TOPHETH

Picture of Mississippi’s only legal abortion clinic Jackson Women's Health Organization (JWHO) is a State-licensed Abortion Facility which specializes in killing the unborn and the health care of mothers who terminate their unborn chidren.
Picture of Mississippi’s only legal abortion clinic Jackson Women's Health Organization (JWHO) is a State-licensed Abortion Facility which specializes in killing the unborn and the health care of mothers who terminate their unborn chidren. | Source

In post WW II America, an altar to Molech was built and a topheth was erected under the banner of liberty by those who called themselves civil libertarians. Civil libertarians are as wolves in sheep clothing. They push an atheist agenda and continue to foster an atmosphere that is hostile against Christ and the knowledge of God. The Spirit of Liberty is a foreign concept to these libertarians who seek to please a dark narcissistic spirit whose only standard is to follow that which feels right. Civil libertarians erase parameters of wholesomeness and stand eagerly upon the pristine marble, within the rotundas of our nation’s capitals and endorse their brand of liberty. However, their freedom is not the same freedom that American’s Founding Fathers spoke of, whose source of liberty was found in the Word of God as it was written,Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.” (2 Cor. 3:17 KJV). They dishonor the Spirit of Liberty by passing our sons and daughters through the fire and call themselves libertarians, therefore, they are essentially wolves in sheep clothing.

Through the Fire

“Making a son or daughter pass through the fire was the act of burning children alive in worship to Molech, an ancient Palestinian deity of the Ammonites. The Old Testament mentions sacrificing children to Molech by burning young children alive (Lev. 20:2-5: II Kings 23:10, Jer. 32:35). In Jeremiah’s day the people of Judah had established a topheth – a district set aside where young children were sacrificed to pagan deities and their ashes buried in jars. A Topheth excavated near ancient Carthage has revealed the remains of thousands of children, usually between birth and the age of four, who had been burned alive as sacrifices.”* This practice was declared detestable by God. “I never commanded, nor did it enter my mind, that they should do such a detestable thing.” (Jer. 32:35)

Children need to be protected even from themselves when unwise and uninformed decisions present themselves. Parents and guardians commit a great disservice to our youth by not equipping them with the necessary tools to contribute to our great civilization. Our greatness rests not upon the ability to do what we think is best but to do what we think is right by the immutable standards also discovered by our Founding Fathers, who comprehended the significance of “one nation under God indivisible with liberty and justice for all.

A Parent's Hope

The love for the young is a natural emotion and caring for children should be instant. However, the goal of many is not the do such. The Bible states that in the last days people would be without natural affection, because of this children suffer. The loss of one child is a complete tragedy and because God lives, those responsible for damaging children and those who teach children godliness will be rewarded whether good or bad. Jesus spoke of children, saying: "I tell you the truth, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven." (Matt. 18:3 NIV) Jesus modeled those with child-like qualities as those who are held in esteem with God.

David mourned the loss of his child and said "I shall go to him, but he shall not return to me" (II Samuel 12:23 KJV). This tells me even if one is lost in death we who are yet alive could ascent to the innocent after we submit a life well lived in the sight of God. This hope admonishs us to Live For God and as guardians of children and the child-like faith needed to move heaven on behalf of the weak and frail.

* The Revell Bible Dictionary 1991 Fleming H Revell Co. Tarrytown NY 10591

© 2012 Reginald Boswell

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Reginald Boswell 3 years ago from Alabama Author

Cataract: it is impossible to take prayer out of schools unless you take out everyone who is Holy Ghost filled out too after the Rapture anti prayer enthusiast will have full compliance. If you chose to not pray in your home that is your choice & I agree the founder's clear vision and compromises didn't cloud their judgment concerning the separation of state and religion which is clearly demonstrated in nature: as oil (mammon) and water (spirit) cannot blend neither can state and religion.


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carterchas 3 years ago from Texas

I thought in this country people were suppose to be able to decide upon how their children would be religiously trained. You haven't stated which one you would choose...Catholic? Baptist? Church of England (Episcopalian)?, Methodist? Islamist? Hindu? Pagan?

What you are really saying is I DON'T HAVE A CHOICE (AS A PARENT) in the country you would have. My children would have to submit to your beliefs.

Read the 1st amendment:

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."

There is a good reason why the founders made a prohibition of the "Establishment of Religion" the first part of the first amendment. They realized that it would be the only way to protect dissenters from people like you who would impose their beliefs upon them and their children.

A parallel to this can be found in the Bible. Why was Jesus killed? Why was Paul (and others) killed? Their beliefs did not correspond to the beliefs of others.

The Bible also talks about the wolf in sheep's clothing. It also talks about hypocrisy.


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Reginald Boswell 3 years ago from Alabama Author

It only takes one person to change the world! Blameshifting in no way to justify what God speaks to the individual. And yes a nation can suffer as a result of misguided leadership. For example Look at the US National debt how could this be unless our leaders sold America out.

Who suffers everyone (taxes).

Jesus is coming back for a church without spot, without wrinkle; get your garments ready because so as in the days of Noah are such times like these.

Have a happy and blessed weekend.


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jlboogades 3 years ago from Lynchburg, VA

So you believe in collective damnation? It biblical but not something you see very often nowadays. Sodom and Gomorrah brought wrath upon themselves, is that where you believe we are headed? The over indulgent individualism that I see in today's church says that "I have a God given right to accumulate wealth and be unafraid of the evils in and of this world; I need not be utterly concerned for those evils of mass neediness, my duty is to my family and my 'church' (the building they sit in on Sunday)." In short, I see no Acts chapter 2 Church out there, not in the center of this chief "Bible-belt" city that I live in, and it disheartens me that the church is largely a capitalist enterprise of career driven clergy and activity focused parishioners. Thanks for the feedback.


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Reginald Boswell 3 years ago from Alabama Author

jlboogades:

Thanks for commenting and I admire your apparent humility. In response to your thoughtful answer I know that the answers to our problems are not derived from us and that God is the source

Of societal ills. I also believe in miracles and that God is separate from His creation which is supported in God's Word. Now that that's out the way, I must say that keeping close to the Source of Life (God) and not straying from the Word of God is the only true safe place upon the earth as gravity holds all matter upon the surface of the earth "in Christ we live and move and have our being." Within our separate lives, just because we deny good does not negate God's reality but only affects one's individual destiny. "We are without excuse" we've strayed our course and America will soon have to pay the piper as every other godless world empire that preceded us that strayed it's course, it's scandalous.


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jlboogades 3 years ago from Lynchburg, VA

Greetings Mr./ Dr. Boswell?,

Firstly, I had a question for you, as you seem rather theologically knowledgeable; is Molech the "god" from which we get the word God? It has been a while but I remember reading about the Ammonites and a god whose name was transliterated El, from which the translation is God. Just curious.

Also, with all due respect and grace, and not to pick sides or argue maliciously, but I would have to agree, in part, with Carterchas on his main point: allowing Government to sanction religious or spiritual practice is a slippery slope.

It seems to me that you might be a fundamentalist (I do not mean this as an insult). If so, can you explain to me the double standard (in my mind) by which governments should enforce some agendas (e.g. prayer in schools, forbidding gay marriage, and militarily occupying foreign nations) but not others (e.g. regulating corporations, environmental hazards, and gun rights). I realize that you may not side completely with this list, they are just examples; I am just curious to understand the common view of many modern and religious conservatives that governmental intervention is a buffet from which one can pick and choose which agendas the Government can and should push.

I consider myself to be a neoconservative in that I heed the caveat of our founding fathers, and others of that period, that Government, like the world in general, can never become perfect. Ironically, the notion that we should be pushing toward a "more perfect" world is an old-world liberal philosophy. Modern and Fundamentalist Conservatives have borrowed this philosophy from the 'enemy's camp' and have, over time, changed the face of conservatism.

I look forward to talking to you in the future. This was a very thought-provoking Hub. I meant absolutely no disrespect in these challenges, I merely wish to question that which I do not understand so as to gain knowledge and clarity.

-Thanks for thinking and think 'fore thanking-


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carterchas 3 years ago from Texas

This isn't really about prayer in schools. Children may pray in school. Children may form prayer groups.

What you are really suggesting is to impose YOUR RELIGION in schools. Maybe you should remember that the Pilgrims came to America to practice religion as they saw fit, not as their government saw fit.


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Reginald Boswell 3 years ago from Alabama Author

Its Oxymoronic to advocate taking prayer out of schools and then pray for God's help and sing let their be peace on earth. What help from God do you you expect to recieve when you ask God anything? If you ban prayer in one hub and sing praises to God in another (your hub a sad day in Conn.)? "A double minded man is unstable in all his ways" (Jms 1:8) ask your Pastor for guidance and does your church advocate (intercession) prayer as one way to combat evil.

Grow in Grace


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carterchas 3 years ago from Texas

Believing that it is not the role of our schools to preach religion does not mean I am an unbeliever or that I am evil. You represent the wolf in sheep's clothing. My Jewish grandfather was compelled to endure Christian prayers. Would you be willing to have your children endure Jewish, Islamic or some other religion's prayers.

About 20 years ago, a devil worshipper was living who was home schooling his children. He had a rubber stamp that had 666 that his used on their heads (He had it tattooed on his). Guys like that would love to have the chance to preach to our children, too.

Many people would have problems with Mormon preaching, too. Of course, we could also have avowed atheists also preach.

So what is your fair solution to that? The only solution is the one that was chosen. Public schools are not a place for state sanctioned religion. Be careful, you don't know what religion the state will sanction.

One more thing, some people would say that at least one of the religious viewpoints mentioned above doesn't constitute a valid religion...Government deciding which religious groups are valid is another way governments suppress religions.


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Reginald Boswell 4 years ago from Alabama Author

Thanks James, on a more positive note the instance of having faith in God is more vital than contrary voices around, like when Abram (Gen. 22) was told to sacrifice his son, and Isaac asked "where is the sacrifice", by faith Abram said the Lord will provide himself (prophetic). Like back then, today the testimony of Christ is still the spirit of prophecy and the evil wants ills to exits by removing this testimony and 'Logos' of God. Thanks for reading this Hub, Brother.


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James A Watkins 4 years ago from Chicago

Great Hub! You are right on target. Your commenter above doesn't have a lick of sense. He is looking at the wrong stats. Take a look at ANY social pathology since the Bible, God, and Prayer were kicked out of our schools and all bad things, all societal sicknesses, have grown by 900%.


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Reginald Boswell 4 years ago from Alabama Author

@the Honorable Teaches12345: Prayer changes things, Thank You for your comment.


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teaches12345 4 years ago

You have posted some very challenging thoughts here for us to meditate upon in our daily talks with God. Our world has changedv astly over the past decade, I only hope that we can turn around some of the damage. There is always hope.


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Reginald Boswell 4 years ago from Alabama Author

Josak thanks for the comment@SparrowMinistries/Lifegate: Thanks for support, I wrote this in the light of being misguided as a youth. I laughed at kids and called them corny they who were made to go to Church, I wasn't. But, what I didn't know they were being equipped and I was naked and exposed and when I fell, I was ill equipped, I had to call on Jesus because He is the only God who could save me.


SparrowMinistries 4 years ago

Reginald,

This was an interesting hub. It is clear that there is more violence and less academics in schools since the Bible is no longer taught and prayer is supposedly not allowed (We can pray whenever and wherever we want). Schools these days put their money in "purses with holes in them." More and more money is thrown at schools while kids come out less equipped for life-except a sex life-as schools give out condoms like candy. It's too bad your previous commenter does not know the difference between religiosity and a relationship with the living God.


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lifegate 4 years ago from Pleasant Gap, PA

Good hub!


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Josak 4 years ago from variable

I often see these hubs they have variation but the thrust is the same, if we get rid of religion society will collapse and morality will disappear, let's analyze that.

Crime rates are higher in US states with highest rates of religiosity.

Christians are actually more likely to be divorced than atheists.

Upon entering prison only 0.2% of prisoners describe themselves as Atheists.

Religious teenagers are more likely to engage in unprotected sex and teenage pregnancy.

Countries with higher rates of religiosity have higher murder rates.

Women in Christian marriages are more likely to suffer domestic abuse.

More secular nations are happier.

etc. etc. Given these facts the argument is baseless.

http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/our … d-religion

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