Ever wonder why we’re having the cultural experience that we’re having right about now?

Ever wonder why we’re having the “gay marriage is ‘legal'” experience now in America? (See: “Supreme Court” Votes for Wrath of God Upon America.)

Ever wonder why we’ve been – and continue to have – the “child-sacrifice for convenience is ‘legal’ experience here in America? (See: Selling murdered baby parts in America? Sure. Why not?)

Ever wonder why we’ve been “enjoying” the production of more and more secular-minded “Christians” and a more and more openly pagan culture for generations now? (See: Limp Wristed Gospels Make Limp Wristed Cultures.)

Ever wonder why each successive generation of Americans – certainly including the professing Christians among them – is more and more secular-minded and openly pagan than the last? (See: Why is the beast of Socialism eating our children? Ask your pastor.)

Well, there’s no need to wonder, really.

The answer is obvious. Painful, but obvious…if only we’ll take an honest, hard look at it.

It’s all about education. It’s all about the pursuit of knowledge. It’s all about the way we understand – and teach our children to understand – the foundations of reality. It’s all about the presuppositions upon which we build everything else – the presuppositions upon which we define knowledge and by which we pursue education.

More specifically, it’s all about our buying into the satanic approach to education as introduced by the serpent in Genesis 3. (See: Redeeming Children’s Education: Confronting Our Satanic Approach to the Pursuit of Knowledge.)

For the latest in the unrelenting stream of confirmation as to the darkness of our chosen path to education, USA Today (and many others) reported last week on some (predictably) pathetic developments at, ironically, “Old Dominion” University:

The Sigma Nu chapter at Old Dominion University has been suspended while the school investigates an incident involving controversial banners hung outside an off-campus house, Brad Beacham, executive director of Sigma Nu’s national chapter said in a statement Monday, according to NBC News.

Reading, “Rowdy And Fun! Hope your baby girl is ready for a good time,” “Freshman daughter drop off” and “Go ahead and drop off mom too,” the sexually suggestive posters reportedly targeted incoming female freshmen. [Pictures of the banners in question are at the top of this post. – SAB]

Of course, this thing really isn’t surprising, however appropriately disgusted we might be by this particular set of culturally normative details. The expectation of such things has been the norm for American college life for longer than I’ve been alive.

Of course our daughters are openly approached and encouraged to be viewed as objects of our uncontrolled sexual appetites. That’s just how “the real world” works…or so we have been thoroughly programmed to believe.

Last week I heard a local Pagan “conservative” talk show host cover this story. He took the position that this wasn’t really a big deal. He talked about how most students (including most female students) who were asked supposedly responded by saying that they thought the signs were funny and how he, if he was talking to his son about these things, would probably begin by chuckling about them.

In case you missed it the first time, this was a “conservative” talk show host on a “conservative” talk radio station.

Obviously then there’s about a 99.9% chance that he’d claim to be Christian then, too.

And his general perspective was shared by many other similarly “conservative” voices that I heard in the days following the breaking of this story.

Welcome to ‘Merica!

[insert “U! S! A!” chant here]

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As long as we embrace the satanic basis and model for education, we will be led by the nose to sacrifice our little boys and girls and sons and daughters in new and creatively destructive ways.

Each generation will continue to surpass the last.

All while the current generation of “Christians” wonders why – oh why! – is all of this happening…as they keep right on feeding their children to the beast.

The subjugation and destruction of the family is a primary objective of the enemy. To that end, biblical manhood and womanhood must be undermined at every level and ultimately obliterated entirely.

This is why we see gender chaos encouraged at every turn by the American Corporate State…the same Corporate State that owns and operates public schools, in case you missed the connection. (See: American Public Schools are Officially Gay.)

This is why we see our daughters openly treated as animals alongside our similarly debased sons.

This is why the people of God must stand and lead the way in repentance. This is why we must, by God’s grace, reject the satanic model of life and submit to the loving, perfect lordship of Christ in practice right here and right now…especially in the vital life- and culture-shaping realm of education.

It’s all about Christ.

It’s all about the cross.

It’s all about the Gospel…the true Gospel, as opposed to the pathetic little counterfeit we’ve been pitched from most pulpits for generations now. (See: Beware the “Gospel in a Bottle”.)

We either begin with Christ as the basis for all knowledge (see: Proverbs 1:7), or we reject Him as that essential starting point and core. There is no third option…however much the serpent (and American State) may encourage us to believe otherwise.

Jesus is our basis for everything, because He owns and defines everything. (See: Art, math, beauty, logic, law and economics…it’s all about Him.)

The sooner we learn and embrace that beautiful truth, the sooner we will be able to teach others rightly…beginning with our own children.

Once that happens, the worldview inspiring those repulsive “Old Dominion” banners will finally, really, and truly begin to be driven from the culture…one supernatural salvation and grace-fueled act of obedience at a time.

Once we actually obey Christ in the realm of education, we will finally see life return to it…and to everything it touches…all by His grace, all for His glory, and all to our eternal benefit.

[For more on the subject of the modern day satanic war on biblical womanhood and how some faithful Christian women are actively engaging the enemy on that important front, please visit]



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10 Responses

  1. college life is memorable day’s in everyone life. we are also done so many good thing and some kind of bad things. I will never forgot that day’s.

  2. If you go to a Christian college, make sure they use KJV only

    Although the others could be OK, you have to watch out.

    Also, the men aren’t put down

    And it’s safer all around in 2015

  3. It is also ironic that the wicked men who made these signs understand that it is the fathers, not the daughters independently “making their own choices”, who are bringing their daughters to leave them at these institutions. Yet, Christian fathers deny their responsibility.

    1. Hey Melissa!

      I was wondering if you could clarify. What do you mean that the daughters are not making their own choices?


  4. Excellent post! This is a much needed message. I tire of the mantra that we can just teach our children to be godly until they are eighteen and then they are adequately “equipped” to be sent to the wolves far away from their family to live engulfed in a pool of total depravity and sexual temptation at every turn. It is like sending your spouse to live in a brothel for 4 years. Either we don’t really care about sexual purity and protection (and therefore we don’t believe God at His Word on blessings and punishment. We also don’t love God’s ways and hate the destruction of sin). Or we are incredibly naive about our own sin nature and the destructive nature of sin, as well as sexual temptation. My heart grieves for sons sent into these situations by their parents, for those who are destroyed or scarred by sin, and for our country that is witnessing that the sins of fornication and adultery bring death, quite literally, in the forms of abortion and divorce. But I especially grieve for the daughters who are so frequently taken advantage of and suffer the heartache and destruction of sin. I am so thankful that my father was protective of me. I was able to gain my college degree through distance Ed and gain business experience in his business. There are so many other options out there besides traditional college. My husband attended secular universities and this did not surprise him at all. By God’s mercy he was protected in college, but we both agree: we are not sending our children to college. Perhaps if pastors would start teaching to fathers from Scripture that God holds them accountable for the protection and purity of their daughters we would see change here. It is unfathomable to me that fathers, who certainly understand young men, let alone wicked young men who view women as meat, better than mom, can send their daughters unprotected into these situations. There are other options. We do have a choice. We must trust God’s Word.

  5. Thank you for the link to, I knew about Above Rubies but I did not know about this group. This lead me on to 'Killer Angel: A Short Biography of Planned Parenthood's Founder, Margaret Sanger' and 'Grand Illusions: The Legacy of Planned Parenthood' both by George Grant. Worth reading the reviews on Amazon for both these books.


  6. Hey Scott!
    As a woman living and studying at a secular university, I can vouch that not all universities are like the one in the picture above. This hasn't been my experience at all, but I understand the dangers of sending sons AND daughters off to college if you don't equip them with what they need to know during the first 18 years of their life. I am definitely glad to be in college, but I do wish that I was going to a good Christian university (do those even exist though???)

    1. I have to agree with you. I am a woman in my senior year at a Big Ten university, and I have never experienced anything like what is described in this article. Yes, these sexual attitudes do exist here, especially in the off-campus fraternities/sororities, but you can avoid them! They are not as all-encompassing as the media likes to imply.

      I am glad I came to this university. I have had the chance to engage so many unbelievers, to come to understand their lives on a deeper level and show them the redeeming grace of Yeshua. I, for one, am grateful both for the education I am receiving (yes, it is a good one, especially because I learn to engage those who fundamentally disagree with me) and for the unique opportunities God is providing through this season of my life. When else will I live in such close quarters with so many unbelievers from all across the globe?

    2. teacher,

      I went Bible college way back in the early 80’s. It is the best place to become carnal if you are not carful. Many parents say, if I am helping pay for it you are going to a Christian college. The kids themselves could care less. Not all, and maybe not now, that was a long time ago, but I suspect It is still the same.

      Not all kids in a Christian school have been raised by devoted Bible believing, following parents, and not all schools are equal. Even back then, in Pastoral studies, I saw the change, with teaching pastors to question traditional interpretations of the Bible and methods of translation.

      This is my first time here. You may not even get this. If you do, I just want to encourage you. There is nothing wrong with a secular school. But you must be all the more vigilant for liberalism that is sure to creep in, as well as non-acceptance of anything but the populist line.

      As far as a good Christian univ? I don’t know if there are many today. Once federal money got involved, it was pretty much a free for all.

      1. Thanks for the encouragement, pigpen! I am happy to be at school here. Being at a solid Christian university is more like a dream…LOL!

        I was just reading a blog post from my friend who is studying theology at a Christian university. Even as a freshman, she is already getting wary of the work she’s expected to do in her theology classes. While she definitely loves reading the Bible, it’s now more academic and less enjoyable for her to read than if she was choosing passages on her own and going at her own pace. I worry that that would be me if I went to a Christian university.

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