Tape Sticks It to Anti-Christian Teacher

From the Family Research Council.

“After a recent California lawsuit, teachers may think twice about airing their personal biases in the classroom. Chad Farnan, an honors student at Capistrano Valley High School, is suing his history teacher for making “highly inappropriate” comments about Christianity during lectures. The remarks were so frequent that Chad’s mom, Teresa, sent him to school with a tape recorder, where he caught James Corbett telling students that “when you put on your Jesus glasses, you can’t see the truth.” Corbett compared Christians to “Muslim fundamentalists” and claimed that churchgoers are more likely to commit rape and murder. Although school administrators have defended Corbett’s popularity among students, a federal lawsuit will certainly bring some unwanted attention to the school’s biases. Chad, whose family is partnering with the nonprofit group Advocates for Faith and Freedom to file the suit, said, “He’s been indoctrinating us and not teaching the class; we don’t need to be hearing his political views during school time when we should be learning.” Unfortunately, Corbett’s behavior is reflective of a broader hostility in some schools to morality, religion, and the freedom of speech. This suit could bring a measure of true tolerance and balance to the classroom. If not, FRC can recommend a good deal on tape recorders!”


One Response to Tape Sticks It to Anti-Christian Teacher

  1. quinlanhughes says:

    I would suggest that a christian sit down and try to get a general idea of why this man feels the way he does. From the conversations I have on a daily basis, non-believers believe christians are hypocrites. The Word of God says that the world hates Christ and any that come in his name. But due to the fact we have a “christian” in the white house whoes fruits do not match his faith(mt. 7:20), the world sees christianity as a joke especially when christian actions are contrary to the Word of God. Examples: torture, lying, etc…

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