Religious and community leaders are joining advocates with Faith and Freedom to inform parents whose children attend California public schools that classrooms are staging points for the silencing of Christian views and the promotion of alternative lifestyles.
Faith and Freedom will soon be releasing a pamphlet titled "Hijacked K-12" where they describe how public school officials in California are allowing for the promotion of a radical agenda.
"It is a booklet that exposes the radical agenda in public schools to indoctrinate our kids with an anti-Christian agenda, but also censors any viewpoints that really comes from a Christian perspective on issues of homosexuality, abortion or any other social causes," Robert Tyler, general counsel for a legal group supporting Faith and Freedom, told OneNewsNow.com.
"There is a serious threat in our culture today, and that is the public school system really censoring a Christian worldview," he added.
"Hijacked K-12" reveals the drastic move by California schools to redefine gender while imposing and promoting the acceptance of alternate lifestyles. The booklet also includes the attempt of the California Teachers Association attempt to promote gender swapping.
The pamphlet was produced in part as a result of the passage of a controversial bill in California. SB 48 was written to incorporate the historical contributions of homosexuals while preventing school material that negatively addresses the lesbian, bi-sexual, gay or transgender community.
"This sexual brainwashing bill would mandate that children as young as 6 years old be told falsehoods – that homosexuality is biological, when it isn't, or healthy, when it's not … parents don't send their sons and daughters to school to learn to admire homosexuality," Randy Thomasson, president of SaveCalifornia.com, a pro-family organization, told LifeSiteNews.com.
"There's already a raft of school sexual indoctrination laws on the books. Impressionable children are already being sexual indoctrinated, but SB48 would be the most in-your-face brainwashing yet … remember basic academics, and basic family values," he added.