An assignment at a Texas middle school that required students to affirm that the statement “There is a God” is an opinion rather than a fact left one student “shocked.”
The Blaze reports that Katy Independent School District student Jordan Wooley was in her reading class when her teacher handed out an assignment with a number of different statements and told the students to classify the statements as factual claims, a commonplace assertions, or as opinions.
When she came to the statement “There is a God,” “I said it was fact or opinion,” Jordan says.
However, Jordan’s teacher said her answers were wrong and demanded that Jordan acknowledge that God isn’t real
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Friday, October 30, 2015 9:18:00 AM