This Miami Herald article (registration required) re-visits the So. Baptist resolution calling for students to vacate the g-schools with a twist. A Baptist - which blasts the resolution - is quoted.
From the article: "But the Pinckney-Shortt resolution goes much further by making it a Christian duty to abandon public schools, said Robert Parham, executive director of the Baptist Center for Ethics, an independent organization that provides ethics resources and services to Baptists.
Parham called the resolution inflammatory and a violation of the Ten Commandments.
'There's a clear commandment that says 'Thou shall not bear false witness,' and this resolution bears false witness about school teachers and schools when it says they have an agenda other than education and that agenda is godless,' he said."
Whoa! Has this guy been asleep, a la Rip Van Winkle, for the past twenty or so years? And, what a cheap shot to quote one of the Big Ten like he did.