5. Nessie is REAL
He's been tracked by submarine and is probably a plesiosaur.
He just hasn't got the right to franchise yet.
6. Gays are evil.
Gay people "have no more claims to special rights than child molesters or rapists."--Teacher's Resource Guide to Current Events for Christian Schools, 1998-1999, Bob Jones University Press, 1998.
Was this written by Bryan Fischer?
7. Tree-huggers are evil
"Global environmentalists have said and written
enough to leave no doubt that their goal is to destroy the prosperous economies
of the world's richest nations."--Economics:
Work and Prosperity in Christian Perspective, 2nd ed., A Beka Book, 1999
8. Globalization is evil. Obama is obviously the Anti-Christ.
"But instead of this world unification ushering in an age of prosperity and peace, as most globalists believe it will, it will be a time of unimaginable human suffering as recorded in God's Word. The Anti-christ will tightly regulate who may buy and sell."--Economics: Work and Prosperity in Christian Perspective, 2nd ed., A Beka Book, 1999
9. The Great Depression wasn't really that big of a deal
"Perhaps the best known work of propaganda to come from the Depression was John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath"Other forms of propaganda included rumors of mortgage foreclosures, mass evictions, and hunger riots and exaggerated statistics representing the number of unemployed and homeless people in America."--United States History: Heritage of Freedom, 2nd ed., A Beka Book, 1996.
Hmmm...tell that to our grandparents.
10. God Made Math
"Unlike the 'modern math' theorists, who believe that mathematics is a creation of man and thus arbitrary and relative, A Beka Book teaches that the laws of mathematics are a creation of God and thus absolute"A Beka Bookprovides attractive, legible, and workable traditional mathematics texts that are not burdened with modern theories such as set theory."--ABeka.com
Take That! You evil Islamic mathematical geniuses!
20 SCHOOLS ... AND COUNTING
Bobby Jindal has long been considered the Christian Right's point man in politics (there was, after all, his attempt at being an exorcist) and now he has been named Mitt Romney's point man on education. To what extent Romney will listen to Jindal is a matter of speculation, but it is obvious Jindal will try to encourage more schools to embrace Christian "Yabba Dabba" science at the expense of the state's dwindling scientific community.
First Louisiana, then ...