Gay teen sues Ohio school for banning 'Jesus Is Not a Homophobe' shirt

WAYNESVILLE, Ohio – A gay Ohio teenager filed a federal lawsuit against his high school Tuesday after he was forbidden from wearing a T-shirt bearing the slogan "Jesus Is Not a Homophobe."

Maverick Couch, 17, told the Cincinnati Enquirer that officials at Waynesville High School said he could not wear the garment at school because it was "indecent and sexual in nature."


Lou Buren of TWAU BLOG: I believe the school made the right decision regarding the shirt. This poor mislead teen. I hope he will somehow be lead to the light. Jesus loves him and all people. But homosexuality is a perverse sin that Jesus wants him and others to repent from. The Bible says that those who live such a life-style will not be permitted into Heaven.

So that's why it is important that we Christians pray for and try to teach people what the Bible says. Join us in praying for the teen, that he might be saved from sin. Homophobe is just a made up word created by liberals, but by their own definition Jesus would be considered a homophobe.

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