JISHOU, HUNAN — It’s either her prom or your graduation, a Christian high school in Findlay, Ohio, has told Tyler Frost, 17.
If Frost goes to his girlfriend’s prom at the worldly Findlay High School, Heritage Christian School will suspend him, thereby depriving Frost of the chance to participate in his graduation ceremony. The boy, bless his little romantic heart, plans to attend his girlfriend’s prom anyway. He’s never been to a dance before.
Heritage Christian School, a Baptist
torture chamber prison camp gulag school, forbids dancing, rock music, hand-holding and kissing, I guess because Jesus didn’t do that kind of worldly stuff.
I have my doubts about that. There’s that whole thing about water into wine…
Anyway, Frost followed the rules for Findlay High and got his principal’s permission to attend the
bacchanalia orgy Animal House party prom.
“I expected a short lecture about making the right decisions and not doing something stupid,” Frost said. “I thought I would get his signature and that would be the end.”
[Heritage Principal Tim] England acknowledged signing the form but warned Frost there would be consequences if he attended the dance. England then took the issue to a school committee made up of church members, who decided to threaten Frost with suspension.
“In life, we constantly make decisions whether we are going to please self or please God. (Frost) chose one path, and the school committee chose the other,” England said.
Holy Judgmental Asshole, Batman! “To please self or to please God?” Is there an 11th commandment, like, “Thou shalt not have fun,” that only this church school knows about? Find me a Bible reference that forbids high school proms, Mr Principal Poop, sir. I challenge you.
(Does Ohio breed wacko Christians? There’s the whole fracas involving science teacher John Freshwater using his classroom to indoctrinate his pupils in his own kind of Xtreme Xianity.)
Meanwhile, the principal at Findlay High (the
sinful apostate corrupt satanic public school) had this to say:
“I don’t see (dancing and rock music) as immoral acts,” Craig Kupferberg said.