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Fall 1999
David Barton - 09/1999

Good News! Sort of . . .

Every year since 1966, a survey of college freshmen has been conducted by UCLA in order to determine the general characteristics and beliefs of that year’s freshmen. The survey, covering student attitudes on every thing from abortion to politics, is always very revealing.

The most recent survey (last Fall) quizzed some 275,000 students from 496 different college campuses. The results are now our (reported in The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 1998) and show some very positive trends. For examples, the most recent freshmen class

· Reflects the lowest-ever level of support for keeping abortion legal. In 1990, the number was at 65 percent; this year, it has dropped to 51 percent.

· Reports the lowest-ever level of support for causal sex. In 1987, 52 percent supported casual sex; this year, only 39.6 percent do.

· Records the lowest-ever level of alcohol consumption. In 1981, 75 percent of freshmen drank beer frequently or occasionally; this year, the number had dropped to 52 percent.

Additionally,

· Religious involvement among students was up, with 82 percent reporting attending religious services during the year, 65 percent praying during the week, and 43 percent ranking their personal religious commitment as “above average” or “in the highest percent of students.”

This is definitely good news! The trends were all positive – except one: student interest in civic affairs. In 1968, nearly 30 percent of students were interested in what went on in politics, but the number has now dropped to 14 percent – and only 21 percent even voted in student elections!

Consider the implications: this class of young people is the most morally, religiously, and socially conservative class in years – but also the least politically engaged. This means that even though we are winning the culture war in the hearts and lives of our young people, these positive changes will not be reflected in public policy unless these young people become involved – even in something as simple as voting!

For the future of the nation, this disconnect must be remedied. Students must be taught that stewardship of their country is just as important as stewardship of their family and their community – that the enjoyment of our personal civil and religious liberties is inseparable from our involvement in public affairs. As Samuel Adams explained:

Every citizen will see – and I hope be deeply impressed with a sense of it – how exceedingly important it is to himself, and how intimately the welfare of his children is connected with it, that those who are to have a share in making us as well as in judging and executing the laws should be men of singular wisdom and integrity.

And the signer of the Declaration John Witherspoon correctly pointed out that:

There is not a single instance in history in which civil liberty was lost and religious liberty preserved entire.

Understanding this truth, in previous generations young people were not only taught that abortion, casual sex, alcohol abuse, etc., were improper by they were also taught that patriotism and civil involvement were proper. An 1840 speech delivered by Daniel Webster to the ladies of Richmond, Virginia, reflects how much civic involvement for our children was stressed. Webster explained:

You know how much of that happiness which you are entitled to hope for – both for yourselves and for your children – depends on the right administration of government and a proper tone of public morals. . . . We live in an age . . . in which the affluent are [contributing] to the endowment of colleges and academies, to the building of churches, to the support of religion and religious worship, to the encouragement of schools [in order to help improve public morals]. . . . This is all well; it is admirable. . . . [but] the influence of government on the morals and on the religious feelings of the community is apt to be overlooked. . . . Government is a most powerful institution; more powerful - it has sometimes appeared to me – than the influence of most other human institutions put together, either for good of for evil. . . . [Parents should] tell their children that neither in political nor in any other concerns of life can man ever withdraw himself from the perpetual obligation of conscience and of duty. . . . They will impress upon their children the truth that voting is a social duty of as solemn a nature as man can be called to perform; that a man may not innocently trifle with his vote; that every voter is a trustee as well for others as himself; and that every man and every measure he supports has an important bearing on the interests of others as well as on his own.

The truth of this speech is just as pertinent today as it was a century- and-a-half ago. And while the good news concerning the moral and religious direction of the next generation is very encouraging, we sill must challenge our youth to civic involvement and to fulfill the duty which they owe their country.

President Rebuked for Unprecedented Decree

Last June, President Clinton became the first President in American History to designate a “Gay and Lesbian Pride Month.” The President called on Americans to “observe” the month with “fitting” ceremonies and to remember the homosexuals who have “contributed” tot he life of the country.

Regrettably, the President was calling for the celebration of a behavior which is still a criminal offense in numbers of States! One national minister suggested that if the President was going to designate a month to celebrate sexually immoral behavior, then perhaps he should also declare a “National Adulterer’s Month”!

The President’s declaration did not go unnoticed by the nation’s largest denomination – and the denomination of which the President is a member: the Southern Baptists. At its recent national convention, there were stern words to the President. The delegates passed a resolution rebuking him, and the Southern Baptist president Paige Patterson declared that Clinton’s proclamation was . . .

. . . entirely inconsistent with his confession as an evangelical Christian and certainly as a Southern Baptist. I would call once again upon the church in which the President holds membership to take before them this proclamation that he had made at the White House and make it the subject of church discipline. [Among Southern Baptists, discipline of members is left tot he local church rather than to the denomination.] The fact that he is the President of the United States ought to make no difference. When a member of a Southern Baptist church takes a position that [President Clinton] has taken in outright contradistinction to the Word of God, that church should act to bring about church discipline.”

Amen! – and kudos to the Rev. Paige Patterson and the Southern Baptist delegates!

The Courts on How, When, and Where to Pray

In a summer decision by the 5th Federal Circuit Court of Appeals, the court ruled that prayers could occur at graduations but not at athletic events. Why the distinction? According to the court, graduation was an event “solemn” enough to warrant a prayer, but athletic events were not. Never mind that students are often more celebratory at graduation ceremonies than at athletic events!

Amazing! The courts now tell us that we can pray in public only on “solemn” occasions – and they will decide which occasions are “solemn”! Obviously, this decision did not sit well with most citizens in the 5th Circuit (Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas).

Many school districts, therefore, sought ways to continue prayers at athletic events without violating the court’s prohibition on using school equipment to offer the prayer. Interestingly, students, coaches, and communities found many creative solutions.

For example, in one Texas district, the home team gathered at mid-field before the game and began to recite – at the top of their lungs – the Lord’s Prayer. The fans in the bleachers promptly joined in, and the entire stadium recited the prayer together – all without using the prohibited PA system, and probably at a volume much louder! (According to observers, the cheer that went up from the bleachers following the prayer was louder than any cheer during the course of the game!) And in another Texas district, the visiting team met with the home team at mid-field one-half hour before the game so that both schools could participate in prayer; and then one of the student clubs brought a private PA system to the field to offer the traditional prayer before the start of the game!

This grassroots upsurge is certainly encouraging and speaks well of the underlying soundness of both citizen and community values.

Evolution vs. Creation Which Side is Winning?

For decades, the Supreme Court has attempted to prevent students from learning the concept that man and the world around him is the handiwork of our Creator-God. For example, in 1968 in Epperson v. Arkansas, the Supreme Court ruled that States could not require schools to teach creation only; and 17 years later in 1985 in Edwards v. Aguillard, the Court ruled that States could not eve require a “balanced-treatment” approach – that is, teach both evolution and creation. But since our founding documents teach unequivocally that there is a Creator-God, the Court’s rulings have caused problems in history and government classes.

Indicative of this is a conflict in New Jersey stemming from a proposal by the State Senator Gerald Cardinale to have students being the school day by reciting the fifty-six words from the Declaration of Independence that form the heart of the American philosophy of government:

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, and are endowed by their Creator, with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.

Amazingly, that bill was opposed by many legislators as the “thinly veiled” attempt to introduce prayer and religion into the public schools!

(Actually, consider the irony of this charge. On the one hand, the Founding Fathers are – according to critics – a group of irreligious secularists. On the other hand, the government documents written by those “secularists” are too religious for students to read! It appears that the Founding Fathers are both atheists, agnostics and deists as well as members of the radical religious right, depending on which charge will further the agenda of opponents of the free-exercise of religion!)

Despite forceful efforts over recent decades to prevent teaching about creation, citizens and States have refused to buckle under to the evolution-only crowd. Many officials have decided that if creation can’t be taught, then the teaching of evolution will be minimized – a tactic used in Texas, Michigan, Alabama, Arizona, Illinois, New Mexico, Nebraska, and most recently in Kansas where the State Board of Education voted to omit testing about evolution from the States academic assessment tests. (If material is not subject to a test, it is less likely to be taught.)

This trend has cause great consternation among evolution-only proponents. The National Center for Science Education and the National Science Teachers Association (composed of some 20,000 science teachers) have reacted by launching a campaign in support of evolution education. And the National Academy of Sciences warned that students could not understand biology without a grasp of evolution and then amazingly asserted that “There is no debate within the scientific community over whether evolution has occurred, and there is not evidence that evolution has not occurred.”

Despite such patently false claims, three polls conducted shortly after the vote by the Kansas State Board of Education indicate that the evolutionists appear to be losing the battle for the hearts and minds of Americans.

Two Gallup polls found that Americans favored the teaching of creation is schools by a margin of 89 percent to 29 percent! In fact, an amazing 87 percent of Americans believed that God was responsible for the creation of man. (The 87 percent was divided among two groups: 47 percent who embrace literal creation – that is, man is less than 10,000 years old; and 40 percent who embrace theistic evolution – that man is more than 10,000 years old but that God guided the process.) Amazingly, only 9 percent of Americans believed that God had nothing to do with the process; and only 28 percent felt that evolution should be a required subject.

The third poll, conducted by FOX News, found that one-third of Americans did not have a strong either/or opinion; of the other two-thirds, only 15 percent believed that evolution explained the origin of human life while 50 percent believed that the Bible explained its origin. The Bible won – by a margin of over three-to-one! Despite intense efforts to indoctrinate Americans to evolution, it seems that man cannot escape the Biblical truth in Ecclesiastes 3:11 that “God has placed eternity in the hearts of men.” That is, God has embedded certain immutable truths in man. (See the excellent book on this subject, Eternity in Their Hearts, by missionary Don Richardson.) The knowledge that God made man is apparently one of those innate, eternal truths.


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