Christian High School Graduate Stands for Christ Despite School Administration [Video Debate & Unfair Persecution]

Craig HueyReligious Liberty2 Comments

Across America over the years, at commencement addresses Christians have wanted to give their testimony or say something about their faith.

Increasingly, this is being prohibited by the schools.

Almost every year we’ve run an article about one of the Christian students giving a commencement address and some way or another has defied the authorities and has given their testimony of Christ.

At a high school in Pennsylvania this took place this year where the graduate testifying of Christ drew cheers and applause for her stand.

The administration defends its position trying to censor her speech.

Watch what she says in this 3-minute video.

And watch how pastor Dr. Robert Jeffress debates one opposed to her being able to have freedom of speech. Dr. Jeffress points out that the Constitution protects her ability to worship how we please, it is not the design to not offend anyone.

He points out Congress opens each session with prayer and even the person doing the interview points out that demanding that a person could not express their faith is imposing secular humanism which in of itself makes it a government school religion.

What do you think?

2 Comments on “Christian High School Graduate Stands for Christ Despite School Administration [Video Debate & Unfair Persecution]”

  1. Hey dummycrats! God is NOT a religion. While it MAY be illegal for the Administration to lead prayers, it is NOT illegal for STUDENTS to lead any prayer they like.

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