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Since Obama’s Old Weather Underground Friends and their student disciples have had a lot to do with putting Common Core together, this comes as no surprise..
A high school FLVS, Florida Virtual Online Class, World History class describes Christianity in the lesson titled “Invisible Warfare” stating that passages in the Bible “could be used to justify the slaughter of men…” and make very strong links between Islam and Christianity as fundamentalist groups.
These are part of the Common Core standards and not something the teacher can alter or change, per a conversation with the FLVS rep and The Global Dispatch.
The online class is available to high school students with the topic 08.07 Invisible Warfare: Objectives being the first page students view. The lesson begins by defining a fundamentalist and then linking the distorted beliefs to terrorism.
The words in BOLD below are direct quotes from the lesson.
“Religious fundamentalists can be particularly dangerous because many ideas that were fundamental to a religion at its founding are often incompatible with the modern world. For example, some passages in the Bible could be used to justify the slaughter of men, women, and children in ways we have difficulty understanding today. Would anyone condone this now? How would you react to someone who insisted that holding these beliefs was fundamental to Christianity?”
Remember the states are not allowed to alter anything that’s in Common Core..
We’re seeing material like this show up more and more frequently as people start to take a close look at Common Core State Standards ( that the stats are forbidden to alter). We also saw it in the Discredited Texas CSCOPE Program – CSCOPE and Common Core were designed by many of the same individuals..