Crisis In Our Classrooms

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It has become clear o those paying attention that America is in a downward spiral of moral decay and is spinning out of control. It is time to wake up the uninformed and to expose the causes of this moral decline. The future of America is at stake, and, unfortunately, the minds of America’s youth are the battleground. In Crisis in Our Classrooms: The Lies We Tell Our Children, author, teacher, father, and retired US Navy chief petty officer Jim Murphy presents a no-holds-barred rebuttal of America’s secular ...

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Crisis in Our Classrooms: The Lies We Tell Our Children

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Overview

It has become clear o those paying attention that America is in a downward spiral of moral decay and is spinning out of control. It is time to wake up the uninformed and to expose the causes of this moral decline. The future of America is at stake, and, unfortunately, the minds of America’s youth are the battleground. In Crisis in Our Classrooms: The Lies We Tell Our Children, author, teacher, father, and retired US Navy chief petty officer Jim Murphy presents a no-holds-barred rebuttal of America’s secular education system, especially of the two main culprits—evolution (with no mention of Creation) and sex education.

Murphy begins by exploring the untruths being spread and the methods of control used by secular institutions, but he also shows how everyone has played a part in allowing these large and entrenched special interests to take control. Through lessons designed for group or individual study, Crisis in Our Classrooms offers hope and ammunition for the struggle and the change that needs to happen as America moves forward.

This change needs to happen now, before it’s too late—parents, students, and all concerned citizens should stand united and show the educational system and historians of America that we are still accountable to a higher purpose and meaning beyond ourselves. We are still responsible for upholding the values and principles that alone can save America and her children.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781462705078
  • Publisher: Lifeway Christian Resources
  • Publication date: 10/19/2011
  • Pages: 188
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.56 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 17, 2012

    Separation of Church and Science

    Here in America, we have the wonderful freedom of religion and speech. But it is sad when the forces of one branch of religion try to cram ignorance and their views on the schools and my children. No wonder we are losing the global competition for educated, informed workforce. If we handcuff our schools from teaching science based on religious beliefs, we have already lost that race. Please don't buy this book and support the move toward censorship and suppression of knowledge because it may conflict with your religious upbringing.

    4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 14, 2013

    Cough cough pt.2

    Did u know its also illegal to talk and reinforce religion on children in regular schools?

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 31, 2013

    This book is a MUST read for all parents, students, Americans, a

    This book is a MUST read for all parents, students, Americans, and anyone interested in the future of the United States: our children!  Jim Murphy clearly and persuasively lays out the two major ways the education system is systematically attempting to push an extreme “progressive” and destructive agenda to children K through 12+ in an attempt to influence an entire generation as well as generations to follow.  As a new parent, it is very scary to see how my son will be exposed to this material and rhetoric at such a young age but Mr. Murphy gives concrete information and analysis to assist in identifying these channels into our children’s minds and how to counter this crisis in our classrooms.  If you only have time to read one book this year, it is imperative you read this one!  

    I'm very curious if the "Anonymous" people who have left a couple of reviews on here stating this book is a suppression of knowledge and that it is illegal to talk to children about religion in schools have actually read the book as their posts reveal their ignorance on these issues and as well as the high possibility that they just read the product review.  I'd be very careful when reading reviews by people who likely have never read the book and are just "snipping" books that provide a view point that's different than their own.  Thank you.

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    Posted April 8, 2012

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