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"Sure, I let my kids watch the the Simpsons, why?"

By Leila (articles ) | Feb 23, 2005

"Any amount of theology can now be smuggled into people’s minds under the cover of romantic or imaginative literature, without their knowing it," wrote C. S. Lewis.

Unfortunately, for decades anti-Christians have been smuggling anti-theology into our children's minds. Every institution, from publishing houses to public schools, has cooperated to the utmost extent with this project. These days, smuggling isn't necessary, and romantic or imaginative literature, or any art form for that matter, is not a prerequisite. Just throw down the swill any old how.

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  • Posted by: - Feb. 23, 2005 3:30 PM ET USA

    How true. But we are secure because we have Roman Catholic Bishops watching ours.

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