Christian Student Opted for her Faith over Failing Grade


October 18, 2019 by directorfsm


The U.S. Supreme Court has decided not to review the case of a high school student in Maryland who, despite threats of receiving a failing grade, refused to deny her faith by making a written profession of the Muslim conversion prayer.

Caleigh Wood, a Christian 11th-grade public school student in Maryland, was also forced to view a series of PowerPoint slides that stated, among other things, most Muslims’ faith is stronger than that of the average Christian…

Continued at Source: Schools pushing the envelope on Islamic proselytization

2 thoughts on “Christian Student Opted for her Faith over Failing Grade

  1. flawedman says:

    It shows what little thought Muslims have given to conversion. Conversion means following the Muslim way of life chanting a few words will hardly do the job.
    The same applies to the idea that by saying you follow Jesus Christ makes you a Christian.

    • directorfsm says:

      I completely agree that just saying a little prayer (i.e. the Christian “Sinners Prayer”) does not make you a Christian nor would I think that most Muslims believe that just saying this Muslim conversion prayer is the “only” thing that make them a Muslim.

      The point of the article of course was not to criticize the Muslim faith, it was however to show that no student should be forced to do something against their strongly held religious beliefs. Could you imagine the media outrage if the roles had been reversed and a Muslim student had been forced to make a written profession of the Christian Sinners prayer?

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