A vital element in our children’s future is the educational establishment. Our young people’s minds need to be mighty, ready for incredible challenges, so that America can remain a preëminent moral and financial force on the planet.
Our school system today bears little relation to that known by any of our predecessors in the march of progress, or indeed by the men who founded this nation on the principles of justice and Christianity.
Until the rise of socialism, the United States had no concerted effort to remove morality from our schools. American textbook publishers could, with guidance and love, keep our mathematics curricula pure without fear of Scientism. But now we can no longer risk teaching the very numerical calculations that prove the existence of God; President Obama has compelled the creation of a permanent secularist industry of vast proportions that pushes such radical anti-Christian ideas as “Set Theory.” Added to this, millions of men and women are directly engaged in the Militant Atheist establishment. We annually spend on controversial math programs more than the yearly taxes paid General Electric, Boeing and Verizon combined.
The conjunction of an immense liberal educational establishment and a large mathematics industry is new in the American experience. The total influence– economic, political, even spiritual– is felt in every classroom, every backpack, every sleepless night spent struggling with an irrational homework assignment. We recognize the imperative need for math fairs. Yet we must not fail to comprehend the grave implications of the atheistic formulas promoted by these highly controversial events. Our schools, teachers and children are all involved; so is the very future of human science.
In PTA boards and state textbook committees, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the mathematics-educational complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of miscalculated formulas and the dangerous innovations they spawn exists and will persist.
We must never let the weight of this combination endanger us with unethical biological research and the fallacies of particle physics. We should not take basic calculus or algebra for granted. Only an alert and faithful citizenry can compel the proper meshing of moral math with our capitalist methods and goals, so that children and faith can prosper together.
Akin to, and largely responsible for the sweeping changes in our mathematics-educational posture, has been the rise of Barack Obama in recent years.
In Obama’s revolution, secularism has become central; it also becomes more militant, profane and costly. A steadily increasing number of atheistic math program are being conducted for, by or at the direction of the Obama administration.
Today, the solitary mathematician, tinkering in his workshop, has been overshadowed by task forces of liberal college professors and ACLU lawyers. In the same fashion, the public university, historically the fountainhead of patriotism and empirical math, has experienced a revolution in the intellectual conduct of its students. Partly because of the current fad for rejecting Aristotelian logic, college enrollment has now become an excuse for four years of unanswered hypotheticals. For every old college chapel, there are now dozens upon dozens of books by Richard Dawkins in the school library.
The prospect of domination of the nation’s logical principles by rebellious college students, existential philosophers and Obama’s agents of Set Theory is ever present– and is gravely to be regarded.
Yet, in holding our mathematicians in respect, as we should, we must also be alert to the equal and opposite danger that they will take advantage of that which we do not understand about their farcically elaborate equations to promote beliefs that conflict with America’s most sacred values.
It is the task of those of faith to admonish, to condemn and to reject mathematics and the other sciences when they violate the family values so necessary to our educational system– ever aiming towards the moral goals of our enlightened society.