Teacher Let Go For Having Sexual Intercourse Out Of Wedlock; What's the Real Reason?

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If you're having a hard time understanding Fundamentalist Christians, you're not alone. Jaretta Hamilton was fired from St. Cloud Florida's Southland Christian School for having a child out of wedlock. Hamilton conceived three weeks before she was married.

The school principal, Jon Ennis, said, "Jarretta was asked not to return because of a moral issue that was disregarded, namely fornication, sex outside of marriage. The employment application, which she filled out, clearly states that as a leader before our students we require all teachers to maintain and communicate the values and purpose of our school."

Not only was Hamilton fired, the details of her firing were told to the parents and the students. Hamilton has filed a lawsuit on the grounds of discrimination and invasion of privacy.

So in 2010, it's immoral to have sex outside of marriage, even in a loving relationship, even with someone you eventually will marry?

I would think that Ennis would be happy that Hamilton chose to keep her baby and not have an abortion. I mean, isn't that what Fundamentalist Christians preach?

I would love to look into Ennis' life to see how far he's fallen off his unrealistic path. How many women (or men) has he shagged while unmarried? Something tells me he's got a lot of skeletions in his closet. Most residents of St. Cloud are on Hamilton's side. "If I knew her, I would tell her to go all the way with the lawsuit," said a St. Cloud resident.

I also can't help but notice that Jaretta Hamilton, who is black, has a husband, who is white.  Is that the real reason a white Ennis is ticked off? Why the extreme reaction to Hamilton, especially given the fact that many Christians are appalled at Ennis' reasoning?

 

Sources:

Teacher Fired For Having Sex Out Of Wedlock, WESH.com

Teacher Fired For Conceiving Three Weeks Before Wedding, Liberland



 

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