Let me add this to what I said earlier about the ISD in Southlake, Texas. The problem is really not the school district; it's stupid state laws.
NEW: A school administrator in Southlake, Texas, advised teachers last week that if they have a book about the Holocaust in their classroom, they should also have a book with an "opposing" perspective.— NBC News (@NBCNews) October 14, 2021
Listen to the audio recording obtained by @NBCNews: https://t.co/vS0IjlROMu pic.twitter.com/yPtM1ncjgV
Credit where credit is due, and all.
There's no bottom when the de facto "civic religion" of secularism holds that truth is merely a matter of relative judgement which, people being what we are, becomes a matter of relative preference in what to believe. I am absolutely convinced that is a result of the belief that science is the only source of truth and that anything other than the certainty you get when you deal with merely abstract entities instead of the far more complex realities of real life is uncertain. It is an absolute fact that the Nazis murdered millions of people, far more than six million of them in their eugenic genocides and political slaughters.ReplyDelete