An Australian school district took a major stride to ban Christian activity and the name of Jesus in any form. The Australian reports Queensland education officials are cracking down on “junior evangelists” through an unofficial school policy. Officials reportedly claim any student telling another about Jesus, or even sharing a Christmas card, could violate the other child’s “GodSpace.”

“While not explicitly prohibited by the (legislation), nor referenced in the Religious Instruction (RI) policy, the department expects schools to take appropriate action if aware that students participating in RI are evangelizing to students who do not,” says the department’s ­report into the GodSpace ­religious instruction materials, according to The Australian. “This could adversely affect the school’s ability to provide a safe, supportive and inclusive ­environment.” READ MORE