The following is a letter addressed to Kevin Snider, Chief Counsel for the Pacific Justice Institute,
As presented in my article entitled Spiritual Christianity Outlawed
, from the perspective of the original Ebionite Nazirene teachings of Jesus, the thinking and lifestyle of the child IS
the practice of religion which is afforded First Amendment Constitutional Protection. And while this fact has been generally ignored by faith-based Christians, what the past ruling of the California Court has done, is outlaw Spiritual Christianity which must balance faith and the proper actions as demonstrated in the thinking, mindset and lifestyle of the child.
According to the WND article (see Homeschoolers' fate hangs on hearing results
, you are going to argue the case for the homeschoolers before the court. Yet, because most Christians approach the issue of education from a faith-based perspective, they have totally failed to set the matter before the courts from the original Spiritual Christian position of "faith apart from actions, is dead!!!"
Which means that more sincere Christians who understand the relationship of actions which support one's faith, are constantly being abandoned by the mainstream of believers who call themselves Christians (see Children of Ceasar
) -- having been made victims of the Church of Spiritual Complacency
, sincere believers are viewed as self-imposed extremists any time that they are dragged before a court by the Secular Progressives who view religion as a flaw that should remain in the closet.
Unless you are going to support the tenets of the Original Teachings of Jesus which necessitate the proof of one's faith by virtue of actions which are supportive of living the Truth in word, thought, desire and deed, then you will not be establishing the necessary prescience that a child's thinking, mindset and lifestyle, IS the Practice of Religion that is Constitutionally protected.
GodSpeed in TheWay,
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Graham, NC 27253