I've got to say, this is a rather odd situation. I agree that if somebody doesn't feel safe/comfortable in a school, a place that's primary objective is a safe place to be educated, something should be done about it. But at the same time, I really don't like how the Christian community handled the situation. What many of my fellow Christians are failing to figure out is that our arrogant and prideful attitudes are why there are so many atheists and theists that hate our guts. I'm not saying that by acting better, said people would become followers of Christ, but I do think this animosity would dwindle, so that way situations like Ms. Ahlquist's wouldn't have to be taken to court. I don't know. I just think that we Christians need to realize that we're not being the good example we're supposed to be. Maybe then, we can just be able to get over ourselves and just have a mutual understanding with those that are different from us. Because the Lord loves all, be they Christian, Atheist, Jewish, or anything underneath the sun and stars.