Hypothetical is based on a real case:
Christian woman starts teaching 4th grade in a Christian school in early 2008.
She becomes engaged during the school year.
In January, 2009, she commits the sin of engaging in premarital sex with her future husband, and conceives a child by him.
They marry, as planned, in February, 2009.
In April, 2009, she goes to her principal, a woman, and announces her pregnancy, and requests 6 weeks unpaid maternity leave in the Fall.
During this discussion, the principal is told the probable due date, counts back, and says something like, "Wait -- did you conceive this child before marriage?"
"Yes," the teacher answers.
"You're fired, for immoral conduct," says the principal.
Then, the school notifies other teachers and parents of students that the fourth grade teacher was fired for engaging in the important sin of premarital sex.
The teacher sues the Christian school.
You are on the jury. Would find the school liable? If so, how much would you award as damages?