St. Aloysius’ College objects to orthodox Catholic teaching on Islam

Aug 5, 2020 by

by Jules Gomes, Church Militant:

A prestigious English school, one “proud of its Catholic tradition,” has sacked a committed Christian teacher for describing Muhammad as a “false prophet” on YouTube.

“I believe Muhammad is a false prophet; I would suggest that Muslims have a false understanding of God because they’ve been led by a false prophet,” 30-year-old Joshua Sutcliffe explained in a video titled “What does the Bible say about False Prophets.”

“I know this is controversial, and I know that people might be offended by what I’m saying, but I do it in love and because I want to speak the truth,” Sutcliffe, a mathematics teacher at St. Aloysius’ College, Highgate, a leafy suburb of North London, said in his video.

St. Aloysius’ College advertises itself as “privileged to be the oldest surviving foundation of its kind in the archdiocese of Westminster.” It boasts that it previously celebrated the month of the Rosary with boys who “gave up their time to be together in prayer.”

Speaking to Church Militant on Tuesday, Sutcliffe said he began posting videos on YouTube in Oct. 2019. The videos on his channel are evangelistic and offer “biblical reflections.”

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