A Glimpse Into the Future

Posted: September 26, 2011 in america, christianity, controversy, current events, persecution

Charisma News:

On Tuesday, high school freshman Dakota Ary was given in-school suspension for stating in class that he believes homosexuality is wrong because of his Christian faith…

“I’m a Christian and, to me, being homosexual is wrong,” Ary said to one of his classmates during a class on religious beliefs in Germany.

When the teacher overheard Ary’s comment, he was written up and sent to the principal’s office. The discipline referral form says the comment was out of context, even though the lesson for the day was on religious beliefs. The teacher charged Ary with “possible bullying” and said, “It is wrong to make such a statement in public school.”…

Noteworthy is the fact this same teacher last week displayed a picture of two men kissing on a “World Wall” and told the students that homosexuality is becoming more prevalent in the world and that they should just accept it. Many of the students were offended by the teacher’s actions and his continually bringing up the topic of homosexuality in a German language class…

“The double standard advocated by homosexual activists is mind boggling. Jerry Buell was suspended for opposing same-sex ‘marriage’ outside of class,” says Harry Mihet, senior litigation counsel for Liberty Counsel. “This teacher in Texas is actually bullying his students into accepting the homosexual lifestyle inside the class, and yet it is his student, not him, that gets suspended. We will vigorously defend and restore Dakota’s constitutional rights.”

Vote responsibly to preserve our constitutional rights!  But also remember Jesus’s words: “You will be hated by all for my name’s sake.”


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