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Chris Stroop 2h
1. Now that the 4chan-to-FOX fueled right-wing frenzy over the hashtag has faded, it should be easier to have a needed public discussion about the deleterious impact of certain types of parochial schools on American society and politics.
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Chris Stroop 1h
Replying to @C_Stroop
15. went viral enough to be considered a serious threat, and so it spawned more extreme pushback than we'd faced before. Evangelical schools are indoctrination machines meant to produce compliant, conformist culture warriors. The public needs to know this.
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cold winnie ❄️ 20m
Replying to @vanillawinnie
The people who create, believe, and teach these views are every day people. Hell, a lot of them make the laws in our country. I didn’t realize how odd my religious views were until I was exposed to more of the outside world.
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distorted threat Feb 15
Got detention for not handing in my Religious homework
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Thread Reader App 33m
Replying to @harmonyis1 @C_Stroop
Bonjour please find the unroll here: Thread by : "1. Now that the 4chan-to-FOX fueled right-wing frenzy over the hashtag has faded, it should be e […]" Share this if you think it's interesting. 🤖
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Fat Jesus WV Feb 10
Just wondering. In Christian high school biology, do they teach Jesus only had 23 chromosomes, and not 46?
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TyDy Feb 10
At my school , we had a “religion” class, which was basically a time where they would tell us how Christianity was better than other religions, how atheists don’t believe in morality, and how “the gays” are destroying Christian values.
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Chris Stroop 2h
Replying to @C_Stroop
2. I am a product of K-12 Christian schools--that is, evangelical schools, which usually call themselves "Christian schools" or "Christian academies." Hence, when I coined the hashtag , I did not anticipate Catholic schools being a part of the discussion.
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C. Joshua Villines Feb 14
The hashtag has tons of screenshots of the absurd curricula used at many "Christian" schools.
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Samantha Feb 13
As a toddler I was put in a Methodist preschool. I vaguely remember the pastor telling us about how women are homemakers and were made to take care of and raise children.
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Brave Commons 17m
ALERT 🚨: is moving to END term tenure for affirming faculty, & protect those who comply to degrade LGBTQ+ people. ACT 🗣: 1) *Tweet* your response, 2) *Watch* a professor’s statement (& ours) here.
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Kevin Byrne Feb 14
"Jesus loves the Indian boy Bow and arrow for his toy Little Fillipino, wee Chinese They live far across the seas" The 2nd verse of "Jesus loves Me" as it was taught in both Sunday and Christian Schools. Racism, much?
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Ahsoka Tano Feb 11
I was treated as if i was an abnormaility and defective for years. teachers didn't know what to do with me. they didn't train them to help kids with adhd
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miriam Feb 13
Replying to @gnghtngo @ghosttins
omg how did that get there
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Adam Gonnerman 21m
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Chris Stroop 2h
Replying to @C_Stroop
3. That point was lost when the hashtag became conflated with the Covington story. It's perfectly fine to expand the discussion into one that includes not only fundamentalist/evangelical schools, but also Catholic and mainline schools, of course.
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Jesse Thomas Reese Feb 10
rhetoric is not illuminating. While numerous exceptions exist, the vast majority of American Christians are conservatives who want to see traditional structures of power reaffirmed, and their schools reflect that:
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Chris Stroop 56m
Replying to @RDispatches
25. I published my first exposé on evangelical colleges and universities for in 2016, looking at political faculty purges, student newspaper censorship, and the ways administrations strive to oppose LGBTQ equality:
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Reynold 1h
are not the only problem. Movies also. Note the message given. See what these atheists ( ) have to say about it: Long story short, the movie blames the abused wife! It's that bad.
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Constitutional Tris Feb 13
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