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  1. Is it really necessary to say Jesus is alive “even” in the public schools? It’s not very good theology to suggest God might be absent anywhere — it goes against the very definition of God and his sovereignty. Just as we should not elevate certain types of kingdom work as special, superior callings, we should not identify others with inferior, less holy, less important, or more distant from God. This sort of value dualism does not rise of necessity from a perspective that values and even prefers Christian education, but too often that is the case, and it does harm, often needlessly dividing Christians and presenting communities with the idea that public school teachers and students are looked down on.

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