The North Dakota Constitution Prevents Sectarian Control by the Secular Humanist Religion

The secular humanist religion is in control now!

The ND Constitution requires that the legislative assembly make provision for the establishment and maintenance of a system of public schools which shall be open to all children of the state and free from sectarian control.

What does "free from sectarian control" mean?  

Does it mean to teach moral relativism instead of morals? 

Does it mean to teach atheism by leaving God out of the curriculum?

The ND Constitution Preamble begins with "We, the people of North Dakota, grateful to Almighty God for the blessings of our civil and religious liberty, do ordain an establish this constitution.

Is the ND Constitution sectarian because it acknowledges the God of Christianity?

The Ten Commandments are the foundation of western civilization and known as the Moral Law.  There is no doubt that the morals to be taught in the schools of North Dakota should be the Ten Commandments.

The prevailing western civilization, American, and North Dakota thought has always been Christianity. The sectarian control we need to be concerned about is that of the new secular humanist religion - along with the Marxist and Postmodernists.

Glance at this table of religious worldviews to see quickly what secular humanism is:  Worldview Chart

This small book of USSC documents proves secular humanism is a religion in the public schools: Clergy in the Classroom

Here is a glimpse of John Dewey's school takeover strategy: Read section 9.5 and Dewey Signed Humanist Manifesto

Conclusion.  The ND Constitution prevents sectarian control by the secular humanists.

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The North Dakota Constitution Prevents Sectarian Control by the Secular Humanist Religion
James Bartlett (tasks) April 11, 2024
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