Student Asks About Bible – Teacher Gives Bible to Student – School Fires Teacher


If you think that schools are supposed to educate your kids, think again.  After nearly a century of liberal control of the public school system, they are nothing more than institutions of brainwashing and indoctrination.  They do not teach or allow students to think, reason and inquire on their own.  Students and teachers are only allowed to operate within the narrow guidelines established by the liberals to suppress any form of thinking, reasoning or inquiry that questions the norms that they have established.  Nothing else is acceptable.

Walter Tutka has found out just how intolerable to other views the liberal administrators have become.  Tutka has been a substitute teacher in the Phillipsburg, New Jersey school district for many years.

Last October, students at the middle school were coming into the building; they passed by Tutka who was standing in the hallway.  As one student passed by, Tutka told him:

“Just remember, son, the first shall be last but the last shall be first.”

The student just looked at him and said nothing.  Several days later, that student came to Tutka and asked him where that quote came from.  Tutka told the boy it came from the Bible.  A couple days later Oct. 12, 2012, the student approached Tutka while he was eating his lunch and asked the teacher if he could show him where in the Bible it said that.  Tutka pulled out the pocket New Testament he carries with him and showed the boy where the quote could be found in Matthew 19:30 and Mark 10:31.

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