Court says Christian school can expel lesbians

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  1. Revmitchell

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    An appeals court in California ruled this week in favor of a Christian school in an anti-discrimination case.



    In September 2005, California Lutheran High School in Wildomar expelled two girls after they admitted to the school principal that they had told other students they were lesbians, and that they had engaged in lesbian conduct with each other -- in direct violation of the school's code of conduct. The girls' parents then filed a lawsuit, claiming discrimination against their daughters.



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  2. Jon-Marc

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    Unbelievable! A court that actually stood on the side of what is right! Of course, the parents will probably win their "discrimination" lawsuit. Practicing lesbians and homosexual don't belong in a Christian school--any more than anyone else who is living in any sexual sin--including fornication.
     

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