Skip to comments.Education Department Considering Expanding Faith-Based Insitutions' Eligibility For Grants
Posted on 05/13/2018 5:56:26 PM PDT by marshmallow
As part of its Spring 2018 regulatory agenda released on Wednesday, the U.S. Department of Education signaled that it is considering rule amendments to expand the eligibility of faith-based institutions for federal grants. In a release titled Eligibility of Faith-Based Entities and Activities, DOE said:
Various provisions of the Departments regulations regarding the eligibility of faith-based entities to obtain grants from the Department or to participate in State-administered programs and the activities that they may perform unnecessarily restrict participation by religious entities in the Departments grant programs by including requirements specific to such entities.
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Sacralism is dangerous.
“Sacralism is dangerous.”
Well, when the state is messing with Christianity or Judaism, it’s a bad thing. Where these two faiths inform the consciences of citizens, it is salutary in the extreme.
When a state expels muzzies and other nutbar cults, this is another example of beneficial sacralism.
Bad idea. They start getting the money and it’s like a drug. They’ll jump through all the hoops the gov sets up to keep the money.
big mistake. muslims will be all over this ...
How about we just abolish DOE and end the grants altogether?
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