"The Congressional Charter defines (by statute) those 'exciting challenges' to be 'Scoutcraft'."
"Seems to me that in one breath you and I are in agreement and then you have a change of heart and want to see things in a different light."
No. I never agreed with your central premise: "It's OK for adults to ignore the law, because boys just want to have fun."
The fact that you can read my rebuke and think that I agreed with you, points to ambiguity, the process by which The Methods of Scouting are used to destroy Scouting:
Descriptive Ambiguity: "By definition, Scoutcraft (as defined by the 1916 program) is our brand of exciting challenges for boys."
Proscriptive Ambiguity: "By definition, Scoutcraft is anything a BSA millionaire promotes as exciting challenges for boys (EDGE, soccer, and sitting in front of a computer)."
"Maybe we need to look at what is meant by the word Scoutcraft?"
The 1916 Program (elements removed from current program are marked in red):
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