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Tony Perkins Accuses California Schools of Forcing Students to Worship ‘Pagan Gods’

Tony Perkins Accuses California Schools of Forcing Students to Worship ‘Pagan Gods’

Family Research Council President Tony Perkins believes that President Joe Biden’s agenda emerged “from the pit of hell” and that Americans are descending into an abyss of idolatry.


“These are challenging times. I am not going to put any kind of spin on it. The policies that are coming out of this administration are literally from the pit of hell,” Perkins growled during a speech at Cavalry Chapel Church in Chino Hills, California on Wednesday.

The hate group leader said that the country “is in a very precarious situation” because Biden is supposedly turning the military into a “social experiment,” and alleged that California is forcibly indoctrinating students into Native American religions:

‘Within hours of taking office – forcing you as a taxpayer to be involved in funding abortions, not just here in America but around the world – the attack on religious freedom, the attack on our children with forcing schools, this transgenderism on elementary schools, secondary schools, colleges, and our nation’s military. Our military has now become, once again, a laboratory for social experimentation. They’re treating our men and women in uniform as if they were laboratory rats for their social policy.’So America is in a very, very, I would say, precarious situation.

In fact, Jack, I was just mentioning to you that we’re on this two-year journey through the Bible called ‘Stand on the Word’ and we just finished Jeremiah this morning, and if you look at Jeremiah in the final chapters, chapters 46 through 50, God judges Judah for his idolatry and then all of the nations around are judged for their idolatry and then Babylon is ultimately judged for its idolatry and its pride.

And I just read on the plane on the way out here that in California they are now considering in their school curriculum to where they’re going to be teaching these Pagan religions from the indigenous people and having the students actually go through these incantations and pray to these Pagan gods.

Perhaps Perkins is unaware of the fact that the majority of human beings on planet Earth are not Christians – and that Native Americans are not Pagan.

Perkins then complained to Pastor Jack Hibbs, the host of the event, that there is too much idolatry in the United States, although he did not criticize Republicans who worshiped a golden statue of former President Donald Trump at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) last month:

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Ya know, we’ve seen idolatry in different forms, but now it is so blatant.  I mean we’re in the 11th hour and I believe America is in serious trouble. We are literally shaking our fists in the face of God and challenging God, ‘If you’re really God, you do something.’ And he is God, and he will do something. That’s why I believe it is incumbent upon the church – followers of Jesus Christ – to cry out for God’s mercy, and a move of his spirit like we’ve never seen before in this nation.

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