A public school teacher who instructed his impressionable classroom of children that “Christians are more likely than other people to commit rape and murder” is being sued for his anti-Christian remarks which have left a young student emotionally traumatized and literally scarred for life. This is the price of allowing atheism to infest and infect our schools, a gradual process which has been causing widespread social decay ever since an activist Supreme Court kicked G-d out of the classroom against His wishes.
“It was very hard for me because it’s like basically telling me all this stuff that I’ve believed my whole entire life — it’s just basically trying to throw it out the window,” Farnan told FOX News.
But this revisionist history teacher may find himself thrown out the window, on the outside looking in, if Justice prevails.
Farnan’s family has filed a federal lawsuit against the Capistrano Unified School District, claiming Corbett’s remarks violated the First Amendment, which prohibits laws “respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.” They are demanding that Corbett be fired.
The “defense” is rather weak, although just the kind of nonsense that secular progressive groups like the ACLU are likely to back.
“The purpose is not to indoctrinate, but simply to provide a basic starting point to provoke discussion,” Spradlin said.
Encouraging a rousing discussion about the Glory of G-d and His rightful place at the head of our society does not require the belittlement and persecution of Christians everywhere. And it is neither a school’s nor a teacher’s place to confuse and warp young minds by attacking their personal faith and relationship with Jesus Christ.
This teacher should clearly be history. Maybe living in a cardboard box and panhandling for a living will teach him some religious tolerance and respect for people of faith.