I read it all pom. Quite interesting. It struck me as a sort of Never Ending Tour performed by the "Hey! Look at me. Aahm a selling ma book" brigade.
she said that public schools are a battlefield for competing ideologies and that it’s important to combat the “religion” of secularism that holds sway in public education.
And to keep the gig going nobody asks the secularists the obvious questions they should be asked. Do they want to abolish religion? Abolishing it in schools soon leads to abolishing it altogether. And if they do, as seems to be the logic of their position, what will they replace it with from a moral point of view? Or even an entertainment point of view.
The questions are so obvious that it is equally obvious that they are not being asked on purpose.
Why, you might well ask. That's the first thing I would ask. Why? I've been asking it long enough on A2K. No answers so far.
To keep the show on the road of course. The questions stump the secularists and the secularists being stumped is the end of the gig. Like a K.O. in a boxing match.
Of course a few secularists will be brave enough to have a go but they will soon be shouted down when they say that legal sanctions will replace the sanction of feeling guilt and shame and the fear of being boiled in brimstone for eternity once dead. And entertainment will be allowed to find its natural level.
The simple fact that entertainment is not at its natural level is proof of the US being a Christian nation. There's no need for all that stuff.