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Cyber bullying to Bible bullying

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Combine religion with cyber bullying and you have an entire new style of bullying that goes beyond the power of God. I call it Bible bullying.

Jessica Ahlquist, a 16-year-old from Cranston, R.I., was the plaintiff in a Rhode Island American Civil Liberties Union case. Ahlquist, who is an atheist, fought the school in order to have them remove a banner in the auditorium. The phrase on the banner reads “Our Heavenly Father,” and comes to a conclusion with the word “Amen.”

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