The Church must reclaim education and schooling from Satan and from government to be faithful to God’s commands and properly disciple young Christians, leading Indian Christian thinker Vishal Mangalwadi tells Alex Newman in this episode of The Sentinel Report.
Describing what he calls the Third Education Revolution, the internationally renowned Mangalwadi outlines a plan for churches to partner with Christian universities and rapidly move millions of children from government schools into true education within church buildings nationwide.
The widely published author, whose ideas have created a global movement that is in the process of revolutionizing education worldwide, says this is already happening from Indonesia and Brazil to Uganda and South Korea. America must join in, too.
Mangalwadi also offers the little-known history of education, explaining that it is intimately tied to the history of the Church. Martin Luther launched the Second Education Revolution amid the Reformation about 500 years ago, diffusing education throughout the common folk to advance the priesthood of all believers.
The Indian social reformer and evangelist shares his testimony of meeting Christ amid his sin and discovering, after struggling with it, that the Bible is indeed the Word of God. This realization caused him to believe applying God’s Word is how social, political, cultural and economic problems can and will be solved.
Watch the interview below, right after the news (show notes below):
Before bringing on his guest, Alex gives the news:
—Supreme Court blocks business mandate, upholds health-care worker rule
The rulings came three days after the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s emergency measure started to take effect. “Although Congress has indisputably given OSHA the power to regulate occupational dangers, it has not given that agency the power to regulate public health more broadly,” the court wrote in an unsigned opinion “Requiring the vaccination of 84 million Americans, selected simply because they work for employers with more than 100 employees, certainly falls in the latter category.”
Justices Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, Neil Gorsuch and Amy Coney Barrett, four of the six conservatives on the nine-seat bench, dissented in the decision to uphold the mandate against healthcare workers. “I do not think that the Federal Government is likely to be able to show that Congress has authorized the unprecedented step of compelling over 10,000,000 healthcare workers to be vaccinated on pain of being fired,” Alito wrote in his dissent.
–Yesterday, we showed footage of senior FBI people refusing to answer questions about whether federal agents were involved in instigating the Jan 6 events. Today Stewart Rhodes arrested.
–Sen. Senema says she will not support getting rid of the fillibuster, all but ending Dem hopes to blow up Senate.
–Epstein case advances: Buckingham Palace announced Thursday that Queen Elizabeth has stripped her son Prince Andrew of all military titles and patronages and he will no longer be entitled to use His Royal Highness (HRH) as a form of address. That means he must defend his sexual abuse case in a U.S. court as a “private citizen.” The civil case, brought by Virginia Giuffre. Epstein connection.