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Posted on May 13 at 6:01 p.m.
This is not about faith or righteousness.
Conscious or unconscious, when we divide the world into those who support the 'Good News Club' (GNC) and Atheists, these comments pierce with the venom.
There are many of us conservative Christians who STRONGLY OPPOSE the recruiting methods and theology of the Good News Club.
I do not want my children pressured out of their theistic freedoms because of teachers and peers who are unconsciously shepherded into this brand of non-denominational Christian beliefs.
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Posted on May 10 at 4:28 p.m.
Skygazer The German Confessing Church was a great 1930s response movement.
However, I'm drawing parallels to the 1920s after-school youth program, Grodeutsches Jugendverband (Greater German Youth Movement).
BTW does your second comment exclude non-radical evangelists from maybe saving my life? Should someone attending a Good News Club meeting come to a similar conclusion? Or is it just talk to put me in my place?
I've attended meetings of various political and religious organizations who use similar rhetoric. The use of the "save your life" rhetoric is endemic to what I find frightening.
Posted on May 8 at 9:52 a.m.
SBMommy, am I interpreting your comments correctly?
People who write unflattering reports about the 'Good News Club' are critiquing on freedoms, books and God?
For my reference, where can I get a list of parties and progroms that should be exempt from critical analysis?
Posted on May 7 at 10:46 a.m.
The CEF model seems eerily similar to another 1922 youth group model created for post-school activities. The schools played a critical part in developing a loyal following through indoctrination and the use of propaganda in schools and the education system. By the 1930s their membership had grown to 25,000 members. By 1936 membership was compulsory.
The Good News Club claims to currently reach 119,000 students across 3,400 clubs (http://www.cefonline.com/content/cate...).
Boys and girls, can you say Kristallnacht?
Since the CEF has built-in public attempts to ban the Good News Club from public buildings into a Martyrdom campaign, can anyone think of ways of forcing cease-and-desist orders of their ostrication practices on public grounds?