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WORLD-SCHOOLED ON YOUR PHONE VERSES BEING CHURCH-SCHOOLED OVER THE PULPIT

WORLD-SCHOOLED ON YOUR PHONE VERSES BEING CHURCH-SCHOOLED OVER THE PULPIT

What is church-schooling, also known as church education, it is the source of education for people at church over the pulpit but seldom at a variety of other places for spiritual, social and economical educations. Church education is usually conducted by a pastor or Sunday school teacher whom I might say is just as entrapped in his or her environment with minimum resources to provide an education into the world which they live in.

What is world-schooling? There’s a lot more to it than what it seems, it’s a lifestyle and a whole-life commitment. It’s not something you do on weekends or on vacations, you do it all day, every day. It is not about having or lacking traveling resources. It is about that phone in your pocket or that PC on your desk having an all expenses paid schooling of the world. Excuses can be ditched when you can reach Southeast Asia without a plane ticket but with a cell phone. Many Black and Hispanic people uses the church as a form of being informed rather than being educated to the ways of other church people around the world by a phone. Chinese people are the most worldly informed people in the world and all by world-schooling and Caucasians are next. Do they all have the monetary resources to do this; maybe, maybe not. They do have s studious pursuit to know about life rather than religion under a roof.

Being church-schooled is far from knowing life, it is even short on educating you in your own backyard. Church-schooled is being a nomad wondering around ancient Israel by a book but not modern day India, Africa and Asia by a phone. Do you know that in the church you are introduced to a white Jesus subliminally but in the far east, Europe and right in your own backyard in Cuba you are introduced to a darkskinned Jesus. A lack of money is not an excuse for not knowing the world.

You pay out more money in church in a year to learn about ancient Israel over the pulpit than modern day Egypt over your phone.