Supreme Court To Decide If Atheism Can Keep Its Monopoly On K-12 Schools

“Either we all are allowed to educate our children according to our religious beliefs, or some get to impose their religious beliefs on others. There are no two ways about it. There is no such thing as a school that does not teach religion. There is only such a thing as a school that teaches that religion is unimportant, false, foolhardy, a side matter, unrelated to “real life,” a private matter, or not worth considering. These are all religious teachings — or antireligious teachings. Whatever you call them, they are not religiously neutral. They are religiously biased.”  Joy Pullman, “Supreme Court To Decide If Atheism Can Keep Its Monopoly On K-12 Schools,” The Federalist, 1/22/2020.

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