Teacher Tried to Force Students to Deny God Exists

School district denies that it happened despite other students who also say they were coerced to deny God exists.

The students were told to list claims as to whether they were “facts” or “myths.” The existence of God was on the list. A middle school girl testified about what happened to her, as reported by EAG news:

Jordan Wooley spoke to the Katy ISD school board October 26th and explained how her teacher had forced students to say God was a myth or take a failing grade.

“Today I was given an assignment in school that questioned my faith and told me that God was not real. Our teacher had started off saying that the assignment had been giving problems all day. We were asked to take a poll to say whether God is fact, opinion or a myth and she told anyone who said fact or opinion was wrong and God was only a myth,” Wooley told board members.

The teacher, “started telling kids they were completely wrong and that when kids argued we were told we would get in trouble. When I tried to argue, she told me to prove it, and I tried to reference things such as the Bible and stories I have read before from people who have died and went to heaven but came back and told their stories, and she told me both were just things people were doing to get attention.

“I know it wasn’t just me who was affected by it. My friend, she went home and started crying. She was supposed to come with me but she didn’t know if she could” because she was so upset, Wooley said.

[See also, “Public School Bans Tag for Students’ ‘Emotional Safety’]

The Katy Independent School District denied it ever happened and claimed no one could verify her story. Yet the local Fox station found plenty of confirmation.

Most recently Texas Governor Greg Abbott met with Jordan Wooley to support her stand. But the tax feeders in the public school system are still being paid to promote atheism.