Saturday, May 9, 2009

Boy cant do what 95% of Americans are doing

Dating, sex, drugs and alcohol are all part of an average christain teen. We all know thats what kids are up to these days as the bible tells it followers to be free. It literally does which makes one do anything he pleases. After all if the so called spirit is guiding him/her, then there is no need for religion- as many christians say.

However this school is not aware of 'normal' christian teens in America and particularily the entire West world. Most teens wont give about what the bible teaches. They're all busy. Partying as we speak with the parents out of the house.

FINDLAY, Ohio (AP) — A student at a fundamentalist Baptist school that forbids dancing, rock music, hand-holding and kissing will be suspended if he takes his girlfriend to her public high school prom, his principal said.

Despite the warning, 17-year-old Tyler Frost, who has never been to a dance before, said he plans to attend Findlay High School's prom Saturday.
Frost, a senior at Heritage Christian School in northwest Ohio, agreed to the school's rules when he signed a statement of cooperation at the beginning of the year, principal Tim England said.
The teen, who is scheduled to receive his diploma May 24, would be suspended from classes and receive an "incomplete" on remaining assignments, England said. Frost also would not be permitted to attend graduation but would get a diploma once he completes final exams. If Frost is involved with alcohol or sex at the prom, he will be expelled, England said.

http://news.aol.ca/article/go-to-prom-get-suspended-school-says/620094/

So if we glare at the highlighted part, this school is actually going against the christian culture. This educational facility is taking away identity from the kid. Most christian teens want what their heart wills, and that is by the guidance of the holy spirit.
So why is this school controlling the boy and not letting the spirit do its job? Its already affected 90% of the teens, why not let it countinue?

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