Thinking Out Loud

December 29, 2008

7 Canadian Students Suspended for Not Participating in Anti-Christian Classes

Filed under: Christianity, current events, ethics, family, parenting — Tags: , , , , , — paulthinkingoutloud @ 8:06 pm

quebec-flagSeven Christian students in Quebec [Canada] have been handed suspensions in the last few days – and could face expulsions – for refusing to participate in a new mandatory Ethics and Religious Culture course that, according to a critic, is a “superficial mishmash of trendy theoretical platitudes” with the goal of convincing children that “all religions – including pagan animism and cults – are equally ‘true.'”

Missed this December 20th item on World Net Daily, as well as the original National Post story, but thanks to the blog Defending…Contending was able to find out about what is taking place in the province next door to us.

You can read the entire World Net story here.


Graphic:  The provincial flag of the province of Quebec, which some Quebecers, much to the consternation of other Canadians, refer to as “Quebec Nation.”


1 Comment »

  1. That’s so upsetting.

    Comment by Amber — December 29, 2008 @ 8:35 pm

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