| ||The Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF)wants to operate in the public schools, rather than in churches, because they know that young children associate public schools with authority and are unable to distinguish between activities that take place in a school and those that are sponsored by the school. At what point do we start taking talk of genocide seriously? How would we feel about a nonreligious group that instructs its students that if they should ever receive an order to commit genocide, they should fulfill it to the letter?
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