Is a public education better than a private education? Allie Beth Stuckey tackles this question in one of her latest episodes — and as a mother herself, it’s safe to say she’s quite passionate about the topic.
It’s a topic on the tongues of most parents these days, amid growing concerns that children are being taught completely inappropriate material in the classroom.
Twitter accounts like Libs o fTikTok have consistently exposed teachers who are blatantly calling for indoctrinating children into the LGBTQ+ community. However, not much work needs to be done in order to expose it. They’re literally exposing themselves by uploading the videos to TikTok and repeating deranged sentiments such as children needing to choose their own gender without their parents’ knowledge or consent.
It’s not just that parents don’t want their children exposed to this inherently Marxist ideology, but that the material completely contradicts their own Christian faith.
Stuckey landed on this topic after a recent heated debate between pro-public-school Jen Wilkin and pro-private-school Jonathan Pennington was hosted by the Gospel Coalition.
Wilkin claims public schools are better for the community and that Philippians specifically tells us to put the needs of others over our own.
Stuckey completely disagrees, saying, “There is nothing, your neighbors, your community, your city, your country, benefits more from than kind, wise, virtuous, loving children who grow up to be kind, wise, virtuous, brave, loving adults who know their Bibles.”
She says there’s “no correlation” between loving thy neighbor and sending your children to public school.
If anything, ignoring any woke red flags at the school your child attends would be worse for your community and the world. We already have enough blue-haired, terminally confused children clamoring to make sense of the world.
Learning the Bible is grounding and serves a higher purpose. Woke ideology might serve some deluded higher purpose, and it’s certainly not a good one.
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