Plundered Vineyard: On Secular Education
AD 2002, Volume 1, Issue 2
The Second Amendment prohibits congress passing any law that favors a particular establishment of religion. And because of a curious interpretation of this amendment a troubling situation has developed. State resources can be used to develop educational institutions and policies so long as they are secular. But such institutions and policies require that education is fundamentally non-religious. That God has nothing to do with learning.
There are obvious problems with this philosophy of education and in this issue we expose them. (CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK)
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