By J.L. Robb
Just read an interesting article about Millennials. Seems that many are turning to witchcraft. How surprising that the children of Baby Boomers would end up not believing in God. Of course, it would be difficult to understand God and how Jesus appeared without reading and studying the Bible. Chances are, the witches never did. Why is that?
Most Baby Boomers were raised to believe the Bible, even if we didn’t follow all the rules, and went to church with their parents, like it or not. From elementary through high school, if we didn’t make it to church, we learned in the school. There were Easter movies and prayers in the schools. Imagine that.
Many of us Baby Boomers took our now Millennial children to church. However, it pretty much ended there. An hour of church. Try learning physics studying an hour a week, and The Almighty is much more important than physics.
According to a recent Pew Research study (October 2017), 56 % of adults surveyed believe it is not necessary to believe in God to be moral and have good values. Among adults who go to church, 46% agree, God is not necessary to have good values. A whopping 67% of those aged 18-29 doubt the existence of God.
We didn’t do a very good job. And we can’t blame the Millennials for their bad programming.
Maybe we should have left God in the school system like the Founders did, and they probably had some understanding of the amendments and what the separation clause meant. The more modern and progressive U.S. Supreme Court knew better.
Because of the prohibition of the First Amendment against the enactment by Congress of any law “respecting an establishment of religion,” which is made applicable to the States by the Fourteenth Amendment, no state law or school board may require that passages from the Bible be read or that the Lord’s Prayer be recited in the public schools of a State at the beginning of each school day – even if individual students may be excused from attending or participating in such exercises upon written request of their parents. U.S. Supreme Court ruling (June 17, 1963)
Why witchcraft? Freedom of Religion.
Question: If the Founders thought the 1st Amendment should be applied the way we have interpreted, why was witchcraft illegal? There were a few supposed witches burned at the stake.
Those foolish Founders. They just didn’t understand the document they put together. I guess they never suspected that Wicca and Satanism and the Spaghetti Monster would turn out to be legitimate religions. Our politicians and teachers have made a mockery of the Founders of our great nation. Is it any wonder that young adults might be a little confused in our anything-goes- except-God world?
Americans and Canadians are the unfortunate victims of governments that gives tax exempt status to Wicca, the religion of witchcraft. We get to pay their electric bill.
Millennials who are choosing the occult over God are also victims, because they know nothing about the God of Abraham or the Bible. They were not raised with it. Bad programming. According to the Bible, witchcraft is a sin. It is nature worship.
What is an acronym?
Acronym: a word formed from the initial letters or groups of letters of words in a set phrase or series of words and pronounced as a separate word, such as WAC from Women’s Army Corps, OPEC from Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, or loran from long-range navigation.
How much damage has the government education system and politicians done to our children and grandchildren?
Canadian elementary school teachers are receiving some acronym training:
The acronym stands for Lesbian, Gay, Genderqueer, Bisexual, Demisexual, Transgender, Transsexual, Twospirit, Intersex, Queer, Questioning, Asexual, Allies, Pansexual and Polyamorous.
According to Daily Mail, a person who identifies as Genderqueer or Nonbinary does not feel like terms such as ‘male’ or ‘female’ adequately designate how they identify or choose to present themselves. Asexuality.org defines a Demisexual as someone who does not experience sexual attraction unless they form a strong emotional connection with someone. Accounting for Native Peoples, the training also is inclusive of those who identify as Two-Spirit or those who possess both masculine and feminine spirits. Accounting for Native Peoples, the training also is inclusive of those who identify as Two-Spirit or those who possess both masculine and feminine spirits.
Really? They left out the R for Robot.
So much nonsense going on that elementary teachers must have “inclusivity training.” It would be laughable if it was not so tragic. And we wonder why Millennials are okay with behaviors that a few years ago were illegal. We have taught them that, if you are a woman but want to be a man, you are a man, chromosomes no longer matter. We have taught them that heroes like Christopher Columbus, George Washington and Andrew Jackson are not heroes. They are deplorable.
Once the Supreme Court kicked God out of school, the Millennials never had a chance. That is why so many feel that God (the one they no nothing about) is a myth. In many ways, the Baby Boomers condemned them to an eternal life that may not be so pleasant. Fortunately, there is a large percentage of Millennials who did go to church and who did pay attention, whose parents realized the importance of biblical education. They do not suffer from the I’m spiritual, not religious. What, exactly, does that mean?
I suppose, once the courts legalize pedophilia, we will have to add another P. I think we might run out of letters.
Kari Paul, writing for MarketWatch.com about Millennials in New York City, states that they are more likely, when meeting someone, to ask, “What’s your star sign?” rather than “Where do you live?” or “What do you do?” It’s the late sixties all over again.
Industry doesn’t mind though. They are raking in 2 Billion a year from the sale of the occult.
I apologize to these particular Millennials, that we failed them and that we taught them how very important they are. We forgot to teach them that, on Judgment Day, no one will be more important than anyone else. On that day you will hope your heart was good instead of narcissistic. You will hope you believed in God rather than witchcraft upon your departure from life. I don’t think Jesus will be into selfies, considering his message was humility.
You are not alone. I wish my parents and grandparents and all the Christians would have stood up for God in 1963 and the great gift He gave to mankind, Jesus the Christ.
Let no one be found among you who sacrifices their son or daughter in the fire, who practices divination or sorcery, interprets omens, engages in witchcraft, or casts spells, or who is a medium or spiritist or who consults the dead. Deuteronomy 18:10-11 NIV