Monday! Time once again for – yep, you guessed it – Monday School. It’s STILL “The Rational Corrective To All That Nonsense They Tried To Teach You Yesterday!” but by all means feel free to think of it as “The Sensible Alternative To Christian Superstitions” if you prefer.
Today’s Lesson: What Would Jesus Drink: Does the Bible approve or disapprove of the consumption of alcohol?
Its Monday, which means it’s time for Monday School! Your ‘Rational Corrective To All That Nonsense You Learned Yesterday!’
Not only is Monday School back but today I am bringing a very hot topic to the table. I expect to see some harsh notes from this entry but I expect that every time I post an entry about religion. Sometimes it happens, sometimes it doesn’t. I’m curious to see which way it goes today.
Welcome back to Monday School, still your ongoing source for “The Rational Corrective To All That Nonsense They Tried To Teach You Yesterday!”
Today we’re talking about employment standards and a specific example in California that is going to land a religious college in court. A Christian College in San Diego is being sued for gender discrimination for dismissing a woman who was pregnant. Their reason for the dismissal was a ‘lifestyle clause’ in her contract that she signed when accepting the position. This clause expected her to be a ‘Good Christian’ and to set an example for the students. Apparently a part of being a good Christian according to this college, was abstaining from pre-martial sex. So when a lady working for the college turns up pregnant and isn’t marred yet (she was engaged to be married), the college in question considered her pregnancy as evidence of premarital sex and promptly dismissed her.