Most Parents And Teachers Support LGBT Lessons For Children, Says LGBT Survey

    Updated: April 10, 2019 at 12:35 am EST  See Comments

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    With every sin there are multiple levels of why it’s offensive to God and to be avoided. The simplest is clearly to say the Bible says it is. And we should start there; and if we can go deeper, that’s good.

    I think it’s implied clearly and spoken clearly in Romans 1:24-29 that homosexuality is wrong and to be avoided. And I think Paul in 1 Corinthians 6:9-10 lists a very unusual phrase about homosexuality where he says, “Those who do such things”—and he lists it along with greed and covetousness and other sins, so it’s not unique by itself in this—”those who do such things will not enter the kingdom of heaven.”, Free will and choice are gifts from God, unfortunately for the homosexual, transgender the choices are destruction, and a sin in God’s eyes , if you have a problem with God’s blueprint take it up with him-not with HNewsWire….

    Parents and teachers overwhelmingly support children learning about LGBT+ issues at school, according to a new survey.

    The survey—which was published today by TES, a teaching publication—was carried out by Professor Jonathan Glazzard and Samuel Stones of the Carnegie School of Education.
    They surveyed 366 teachers and parents following protests at Parkfield Community School in Birmingham against the school’s LGBT+ lessons.

    Strong majority support children learning about LGBT+ people
    94 percent of those surveyed said they thought it was important that children learn about LGBT+ identities in school. The same number of people said schools have a responsibility to promote LGBT+ inclusion.


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