Breckinridge County (KY) Public School District
Math Teacher/Football Coach
Breckinridge County High School
Dear Superintendent Meeks and Coach Mooney,
Baptism is holy sacrament. It's a sacred rite we should share with all the unJesused children we steward, even if we must do as you did and baptize them in the blood of the Lamb, surreptitiously, and against their parents wishes.
But then that's what the mission of public schools should be, isn't it. What good is it to teach our children about Noah's hatred of dinosaurs if we fail to bring them to Jesus through baptism by immersion. What good comes to a child who learns Obama in a Muslim communist but ends up serving as Satan's charcoal in Hell, anyway?
But is baptism enough? Shouldn't these children also be given the opportunity to obtain salvation through the handling of poisonous serpents? Why should they be denied a sacred experience that one pastor says is "better than any pot smokin' you ever done, or any beer drinkin', or any liquor?" Now, isn't that the kind of activity you should be providing to students?
There are at least two snake handling congregations not far from you in London and Middlesborough. I say put your students on buses and give them the gift of Mark 16:18. Let them "take up serpents; and if they drink any deadly thing, it shall not hurt them."
Or are you too afraid of the secularists to offer your students, salvation?
Heterosexually yours in a chaste, biblically appropriate, and not-handling-my -serpent kind of way,
Gen. JC Christian, patriot
A helmet tip to @CityCountryMe.