Feral atheists and evolutionists are upset when Christians and creationists teach children about the Bible and creation, so they call it "indoctrination" — and "child abuse". Those really take the rag off the bush, since they're emotion-provoking falsehoods. Meanwhile, children get materialistic indoctrination in government-run schools. Most likely, they know what Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov (Lenin) said, "Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted."
|School Teacher, Jan Steen, 1668|
What do they want taught? I've summarized it as teaching that the universe inexplicably came from nothing (which is really something conveniently redefined as "nothing") by chance. From there, stars and planets formed. Abiogenesis happened, life evolved triumphantly upward, all by time, chance, random processes, copying mistakes (mutations), and so on. There is no Creator, no Judgement, no final justice or reward, no punishment of the wicked. When you die, you're worm food. There is no purpose. Yeah, Pilgrim, that's an atheistic message of hope. If you want to say that a teaching is child abuse, atheism fits the bill.
What I consider dangerous about these atheist celebrities is that some of them are scientists, and people tend to believe what scientists say instead of thinking for themselves. Further, they are not even doing science, but pontificating. They play to their base of drones who dutifully repeat their uninformed words when trolling Christians and creationists. Then atheists wonder why people don't like them a whole heap.
I have some articles about the irrational "child abuse" charge, followed by a YouTube playlist of three videos totaling about 22 minutes (or click here for the playlist).
- Indoctrination and Child Abuse
- ‘Teaching creation is child abuse’? — A response to rabid atheist claims
- Is It Child Abuse to Teach Christianity to Your Children? Dawkins Thinks So
- Arizona State University Professor Accuses Christians of “Child Abuse”
- Is Teaching Children Creation “Child Abuse”?
- “Science Guy” Attacks Parents Who Teach Children Creation "Story"
- A self-described "skeptic" doesn't like it, "Stop Saying That Teaching Children Creationism Is Child Abuse"