Hungary Converts Secular Public Schools into Christian Parochial Schools

The lesson of the last thousand years is that the nation can only endure via religious educational institutions, because a Christian renaissance is the only thing able to reawaken Europe's unique character and civilization. Thus the nation is converting many of its secular public schools into Christian parochial schools.

Editor's note: In the following video, Dr. Steve Turley reports on the incredible Christian renaissance taking place in Hungary's national education system. They are rapidly converting many of their secular public schools into Christian parochial schools.

In 2010 there were 510 Christian schools in Hungary, with 112,000 students. In 2018, there are over 1300 Christian schools, with over 210,000 students. Now there are nearly 100 villages in Hungary where secular public schools no longer exist, and a Christian school is the only educational option. The stated goal of these schools is to raise good Christians and good Hungarians.

The lesson of the last thousand years is that the nation can only endure via religious educational institutions, because a Christian renaissance is the only thing that will be able to reawaken Europe's unique character and civilization.