Q: Did she call you while she was at the Governor's School.
A: Yes. We talked while she was at the Governor's School. She would call. We were very close to her. We started working with Fran because of her suicidal tendencies when she was in the 10th or11th grade. My wife first found out she had suicidal tendencies. She became very close to us. She talked to us off and on mostly as a result of our initiation of us contacting her during the AGS. It's been so long ago now that I forget a lot of it.
There was a lot of existentialism offered to them. I remember one of the debates that really got her into an uproar was whether or not homosexuality was right. Things that are contrary to Judeo Christian morals & values. Basically being thrown up as an alternative lifestyle type of thing. And basically whether anyone could judge right or wrong (NO ABSOLUTES). That's basically what I remember from our conversation.
After it was over, most of our conversation took place about what she was exposed to at Governor's School. Just trying to balance she had been exposed to at the Governor's School.
Q: How much difference did you see in her?
A: The big difference that I saw was that she questioned her faith a awful lot after Governor's School. It was almost as if the experience of the Governor's School destroyed her faith.
It took her several years after that to work through and I'm not sure she ever got back to the point to where she was before Governor's School.
"No absolutes" seems to be a recurring theme.
Which would not be so bad if not for the fact that institutions and the people who 'teach' this are only promoting it for those who are under their power, for themselves they reserve the right to deem those who disagree with them as wrong and themselves as always right.