Once again, Christians are the target of bias and unfair treatment. I highly doubt that a Muslim Principal would have been fired for bringing his prayer rug to school and allowing a volunteer muslim student prayer group to use it! MB
A GEORGIA HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL SAYS HE WAS FIRED AFTER HE READ THE BIBLE AND PRAYED WITH A GROUP OF STUDENTS DURING A VOLUNTEER CHRISTIAN GROUP MEETING.
“Then shall they deliver you up to be afflicted, and shall kill you: and ye shall be hated of all nations for my name’s sake.” Matthew 24:9 (KJV)
EDITOR’S NOTE: Since Obama has been president, the rise of persecution against Bible believing Christians is off the charts. From bakers and florists who have been bankrupted for not servicing LGBT weddings, to school teachers being fired for reading the Bible, the climate in America has changed. Soon it will be illegal to hold a bible study, even in your own home. This is what the future looks like in Obama’s America.
Regardless, the school district superintendent put him on indefinite administrative leave just two days after the meeting and informed him that his contract would not be renewed.
“I want prayer in this school,” outraged parent Angila Waddell said. “I am proud to see our football team take a knee and pray before and after games. And also in clubs. And we’re just shocked.”
Lehr is reportedly now focused on finding on a new job in order to support his family.
Meriwether County Superintendent Carol Lane told News 3 in an email, “ I never comment on personnel issues. I’m sorry that I cannot provide you with any information. Possibly at a later date. Thank you for your inquiry.”
By Geoffrey Grider on Now The End Begins
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