Anglican Samizdat

December 15, 2009

Psychological evaluation for an 8 year old Christian

Filed under: Christianity — David @ 11:23 am
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My 5 year-old granddaughter, who has a far clearer understanding of the gospel than Fred Hiltz – admittedly not a surprising achievement – produced a painting for my inspection a few months back. Most of it was red and in a corner was a small cross. “That”, she said proudly pointing to the sea of red, “is the blood of God”. We pinned it on the fridge.

A school in Taunton takes a dim view of this sort of thing:

A Taunton father is outraged after his 8-year-old son was sent home from school and required to undergo a psychological evaluation after drawing a stick-figure picture of Jesus Christ on the cross.

The father said he got a call earlier this month from Maxham Elementary School informing him that his son, a second-grade student, had created a violent drawing. The image in question depicted a crucified Jesus with Xs covering his eyes to signify that he had died on the cross. The boy wrote his name above the cross.

h/t: SF

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1 Comment

  1. Wow, that’s frightening. No wonder there is such a big Christian home school movement in the United States.

    Comment by Kate — December 15, 2009 @ 11:45 am


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