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Should Christian schools and Christian colleges require Gospel-centered evangelism courses for their students?

Yes, all Christian schools from Kindergarten to 12th Grade and all Christian colleges and Christian universities must require Gospel-centered evangelism class as a prerequisite to graduation.

The purpose of the Christian church is to lift up the LORD Jesus for the world as the Savior for the World.  In other words, it is important for all Christian parents and all Christian churches to emphasize that all other religions are false religions that lead to Hell.

It is important to state explicitly to your children that every Muslim, every Jew, every Buddhist, every Hindu, every Buddhist goes to Hell because the only way to salvation is through Jesus Christ.

If a Christian parent does not teach explicitly that Jesus Christ is the only way to salvation and that all other religions are false religions, then the Christian parent is not being a good Christian parent.  Christian parenting must be Gospel-centered.

Christian schools should prepare children to be good Christian leaders in society.  This mandates that they receive educational training on the Gospel and Gospel-centered evangelism.  Why should Christian parents pay for Christian education, if the Christian school is not serious about training their child in the Ways of Christ?

What is the purpose of going to a Christian college, if they are not explicitly taught the viewpoints of the Holy Bible and think more like Christ as found in the Holy Bible?

Every Bible-believing Christian church should start a Christian pre-Kindergarten.  It is a good way to help children start off in a Christian foundation and also a way to reach out to the community.  As a distinctively Christian Pre-K, members of community who entrust their children to it can expect Christian education.  This is a way to bring those parents who have fallen away from Christianity back to the church and help your church grow.  It also provides members of your church with a job in which they can share their Christian faith.

Under President Trump, Christian churches will be able to use the Voucher System for their Christian schools, so every Christian church that is serious about impacting their community for Christ should start at least a Christian elementary school that is dedicated to teaching the Christian worldview in all core subject areas and to emphasizing the exclusive claims of Jesus Christ in the Gospels.

Every Christian church that is serious about the Gospel should start Christian Day Care Programs and Christian Schools with explicit Christian education as a way to be the Salt and Light of the World and reach into the nearby communities for Christ to share the Gospel.

A Christian Day Care Center can be an evangelism tool, a way to give jobs to church members, and, most importantly, a way to give children Christian education.

Churches need to be serious about a way to increase the membership in their churches.  It’s not about numbers; it is about reaching out into the community and sharing the Gospel with people in the community.  Christian schools and Christian Day Care centers are a very good way to reach out into the community and bring new people into your church.  It is not that hard to start a Christian Day Care center, so you should do it as an evangelism outreach program of your church.

Today in America, Christian churches are not serious about Christ and the Gospel and that is why many churches do not have outreach programs, like Christian Day Care Center or Christian School.  These churches have their hearts and minds in the ways of the world, and they should be ashamed of themselves for it.

You can require staff and teachers at Christian Day Care or Christian School that your church creates to attend your church and have membership in your church.  You can give discounts for church members, thereby, incentivizing members of the community to attend New Member Classes and become members of your church.  You have to be creative and diligent about making Christ known in your community and sharing the Gospel in your community and increasing your church membership.

 

 

 

Did Jesus Christ stand for religious liberty?

No.

The New Testament is clearly against religious liberty.

In fact, the apostles of Jesus Christ (except for Judas Iscariot) were arrested and executed (“martyred for the Christian faith”) because they opposed religious liberty.

Jesus Christ Himself taught that He is the only way to Heaven, and His disciples passed on the same truth.

In a pluralistic democracy in which the disciples of Jesus Christ found themselves, they ran into trouble with the law (of the land), which emphasized religious liberty and tolerance for other religions.

Christianity from the very beginning emphasized Christian evangelism and the exclusive claim that Jesus Christ alone is the way to salvation.  All other religions (Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, etc.) lead to eternal damnation in Hell, according to the New Testament.  This is Gospel Truth.

And that is why there is the Great Commission.

Christians are to try to convert people of every other religion to Christianity, and this is the heart of the Christian Gospel.

The concept of religious liberty goes against the heart of the Christian Gospel and the Great Commission.

Churches throughout all 50 US states must oppose the concept of religious liberty and tolerance for other religions, because this goes against the very essence of the Christian Gospels.

When the Puritans arrived in the New World in 1620 with the Mayflower, they did not espouse religious liberty and religious tolerance.  They wanted a Christian nation that follows the Bible and glorifies God of the Bible.

Unfortunately, America has lost its way and has gone away from its Christian roots.  A major role in pushing this trend is the emphasis on religious liberty.  This is wrong from a Christian standpoint, based on the Bible.

If you go to a church that emphasizes religious liberty and religious tolerance, you should leave that church, since that church is not following the Bible.  Form a New Testament house-church with other people who want to be faithful to the New Testament and follow the Word of God.

Megachurches can become tools of the Empire to extend secularism and humanistic ideals.  It is theoretically possible for megachurches to be faithful to the Bible, but you have to be like the Bereans.  If your church, megachurch or not, emphasizes religious liberty and religious tolerance, then it does not subscribe to the emphasis by Jesus Christ, “I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life.”  

Trust in the Holy Spirit and let the Holy Spirit guide you and other Christians still loyal to the truth of the New Testament.  Do not be afraid to form your own “house church”.  God promises that where two or more are gathered, the presence of God is there.  You are the church, the Body of Christ.

As many local churches in the United States of America bow down to the anti-Christian elements in the federal government and the authority of the US Supreme Court and betray Jesus Christ and the Word of God, especially on the issue of homosexuality and gay marriage, you must stay true to the Word of God and be faithful. Semper Fi.

Let God know that not every Christian in America has bowed down to the anti-Christian secular authorities in Washington DC.

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