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  1. Thanks, Josh! I, too, would be surprised by that type of response. Thanks for articulating your views well here!

  2. I wouldn’t assume the reporter was hostile to “the message of Christ” or trying to censor you. It’s quite possible the insider religious jargon of “kingdom service” did not translate for him, or he felt it would not translate to a TV audience.

  3. I realize I’m late to the conversation, but I think Jerry brings up an important point. I think you are mistaken if you believe you have a typical Chrisian worldview. In fact, when we make it seem obvious that all Christians would want their kids in a Christian school, we come across as narrow-minded. Many Christians do not think twice about sending their children to a public school, or do not have the financial luxury to make that choice. This community just happens to be insular enough to make Christian education feel like the norm.

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