should a parent be held accountable for school work left incomplete due to over scheduling children in religious education?
it is one thing to instill morals that will last a life time, the difference between right and wrong, the ever turning wheel- what goes around, eventually comes around. or, for the religious ones "you reap what you sew". it is another entirely, to expect the public schools to allow interference in performance through such excuses as church meetings- in the real world, what they learn now, will be applied to their grown up lives. is it fair to take time away from learning much needed skills, so that they will learn to practice religion?
if it is true (according to the good book) that "they will see the ways of evil men, and turn to him", then they will choose right from wrong, if those morals have been instilled.
however, they will not learn arithmetic, and literacy skills without devoted time...
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