President, Pacific Justice Institute
Brad Dacus has coordinated religious freedom and parental rights cases throughout the western United States. And in 1997, founded the Pacific Justice Institute, where he continues to defend religious liberties and parental rights without charge. The Pacific Justice Institute has a network with hundreds of volunteer affiliate attorneys and handles more cases on the West Coast than any other organization of its kind.
The next time you are tempted to throw up your hands in frustration over something young people say or do, remember the years of conditioning and indoctrination they have generally gone through. Anti-Christian peers and social media also influence today’s youth, but the education system is one of the biggest factors in producing a godless worldview.
Let’s not forget the hyper progressive “higher education” universities in America that are blatantly hostile to the Bible and Christianity for the most part and yet claim tolerance. Perhaps the article we cover in the second and third segments will give you some insight into the values and beliefs of professors and teachers across the country. The article, “Crazy College Courses and the Religion of Sex,” is by author Frank Turek, showing the wide range of bizarre course titles available to students, may help you understand why young people believe what they do.
In our first segment we check in with Brad Dacus of The Pacific Justice Institute to look at the increasing legal and social war against committed Christians in America. Not surprisingly, religious freedom cases are increasing.
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Just when you thought the state of higher education couldn’t get any lower, the Young America’s Foundation surveyed fifty major colleges to see what courses they are offering as legitimate “higher education” in the 2017-18 academic year. As is evident from a reading of the complete survey, the new religion in America— “the religion of sex”— has taken over part of the academy and made it its temple. Here’s just a small sampling of the crazy courses now being offered…
Do you think these courses sound like elements of a quality education or more like the weekly worship services of the religion of sex? Sure, they have the ruse of education. But they are really promoting a dogmatic secularism with a kind of religious fervor intent on urging students to abandon reality and live in their own sexual fantasy world.
And the culture they help justify demands that the rest of us live in their sexual fantasy world too. Their worshippers will preach “inclusion, tolerance and diversity.” But if you fail to celebrate their fantasy they’ll immediately brand you a heretic and exclude you for being “intolerant” enough to believe that there actually is a reality outside of your mind.