The separation of church and state seems as if it should be absolute. The reality to the situation is that the line is in fact blurred in places. We are allowed to accept quotes from historians as factual history but when it comes to quotes from any theological sources, there is always question as to the validity of them based purely off of their views. Why are non-theological sources seen as more credible than theological ones... This story delves into that and more. Here we see a teacher that did nothing more than answer a student's question. Purely by doing so, her entire career and life as she has known it is in jeopardy. This story challenges the boundaries that we currently think of when we think of the separation of church and state. In doing so, it is not meant to change or influence any particular belief system but instead it is meant to change the ideology of education as we see it. Education is supposed to be diversified, as long as that doesn't involve anything that cross that dreaded PC (politically correct) boundary. How have we gotten to this point in society where we are willing to accept one truth but not another. Who sets the standards? Why do we accept those standards as the standards that society itself is based upon. Here we are presented with something that challenges many ideas that are faced today. Some agree that some ideas need to be challenged and others are probably happy with the status quo. Today it is this, but what about when it has an effect on something or someone you care about... What then? Watch this and ask yourself that same question... Your answer may surprise you.
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