WEB Notes: This is where we are folks. This is where sin and perversion have brought us. Not that many years ago, the homosexual community “just wanted to be equal“. Now, if you call out their sin you can be silenced and lose your job…
How does that make you feel?
Mind you, this woman was not on school time, but simply expressed her feelings on social media in her own home.
For the outside chance you find this extremely offensive to the Christian, here is how you can contact the Department of Education in New Jersey. You could simply write in your own opinions on the matter or submit the following.
I recently read an article stating one of the teachers in your school system, Jenye “Viki” Knox received a three-year suspension. The article stated she was suspended due to comments she made about homosexuality. Mind you, she made these comments on her time, in her own home on her social media account.
I must ask, where does it specify in your policy that she violated your directives?
Further, I would remind you of the First Amendment which supercedes any of your policies that may restrict her rights.
Mrs. Knox, like all of us, is granted the right to free speech and certainly on her own time, in her own home. You may not agree with Mrs. Knox statement, but you certainly cannot terminate or suspend her because of it.
A high school teacher has been issued a three-year suspension after she called homosexuality a sin on Facebook. Jenye “Viki” Knox had been teaching at Union High School since 2000 as a teacher and faculty adviser for the students’ Bible study group.
The trouble started when Knox openly criticized an LGBTQIA+ promotion featured in the school’s display glass. “Why parade your unnatural immoral behaviors before the rest of us?” she commented. “Homosexuality is a perverted spirit … I know sin and it breeds like cancer,” Knox, 56, continued. Sodomy is “unnatural immoral behavior” that is “against the Nature and Character of God,” she said.
When these comments got her into trouble with the school district, Knox declared that she was compelled to “love and speak and do what’s right!” Knox was slapped with various charges, including that she had accused homosexual teachers of “targeting young and impressionable students for indoctrination into alternative sexual lifestyles,” according to NJ.com. Midway through 2012, Knox resigned, citing “stress” from the whole ordeal.