ACCESS Ministries, an organisation comprised of a dozen different religious denominations including some evangelical ones, are providing about 70% of the religious instructions(SRI) in Victorian state primary schools in the form of what’s called CRE.
The sneaky godbotherers know that they are not allowed by law to proselytise to children, but it would seem that their eagerness to make disciples for their imaginary friend tops the requirements of state law easily.
How else to explain some of the songs that primary school children in Victoria get to sing in their CRE classes ahead of Christmas? Have a look:
3. Did It All.
Hey, hey, hey
Come and see the water changed to wine
Come and see the dead raised to life
Come and see the sick woman healed
Check it out now, see it’s for real.
I said Jesus, the Lord Jesus, did it all.
Come and see, how He calmed the storm
Come and see, He made the lame walk
Come and hear, what He has to say His love and message will blow
Come and see how He died for you He rose again, come and see that it’s true
You won’t regret it, I guarantee Come and meet Him, just come and see.
I said, Jesus, the Lord Jesus, did it all.
Want more? Here you go:
5. Jesus Is Powerful
Jesus is powerful
He made everything you see He shows he’s powerful
By loving you and me.
He has, power over the waves He even calmed the sea
He has, power to heal the sick He has power over death (YES!)
That’s Creationist propaganda, essentially. Coming soon to your local primary school, courtesy of the Baillieu government and ACCESS ministries.
How long until state and federal governments realise that Christians can not be trusted to keep their Jesus in their pants, and how long will we let them brainwash our kids with supernatural hogwash, until it is finally enough?