“So we either have to grant that we may be taxed so that a Buddhist parent may be funded to instruct his kids that Buddhism is true, or we must say that Buddhist education and Christian education are the same for most of the day. Support for vouchers among Christians reveals that we have not yet learned the central lessons of all Christian education, which are the myth of neutralikty and the necessary antithesis throughout all time between belief and unbelief, at every level, in every place. In short, those Christians who advocate vouchers for Christian schools should not be trusted to run Christian schools, because they do not yet understand the central lesson to be learned there. They should not run Christian schools because they should be attending one” (The Paideia of God, p. 37).
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