Paul Wilson (22 Oct 2011)
"District Vindicates Student Who Opposed Homosexuality"


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October 21, 2011
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District Vindicates Student Who Objected to Homosexuality [Excerpts]

A  Texas school district where a student was removed from class and written
up
on allegations of "bullying" after he expressed his Bible-based opinion
about homosexuality
has been vindicated by school officials.

The case involved student Dakota Ary, who said to a classmate in a
German-language
class that was discussing religion, "I'm a Christian and, to me, being
homosexual
is wrong."

Teacher Kristopher Franks overheard the comment, according to a report from
Liberty
Counsel, and wrote the student an infraction and sent him to the principal's
office.
It happened in the Western Hills High school district in Fort Worth.

The  class topic had been religious beliefs in Germany. During the
discussion,
one student asked what Germans thought about homosexuality in relation to
religion.
Another student then asked to hear some translated terms such as "lesbian."
The
questions provoked the conversation about Christianity and Dakota's
expression
of his opinion to one classmate, the legal team reported.

Liberty  Counsel now is reporting that the district has issued a letter that
apologizes
for the delay in returning the student to his class.

(Unruh, "District vindicates student who objected to homosexuality," World
Net Daily,
10/13/11).
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