This is something that has been bothering me for a while. I am the one non-Christian member of my teaching team (I'm Jewish). The math teacher on my team uses a rotating series of bible quote "signatures" in his emails to faculty and staff (students are on a separate email program). Some of them are more on the uplifting side, but many of them are religious to the point that I feel uncomfortable. When I've mentioned it to the math teacher in the past, his answer was that he deliberately chose bible quotes that didn't mention Jesus. Has anyone else had this kind of communication issue? How was this handled? I feel like I don't have the right to feel a little marginalized. For the record, the only reason my team knows I am Jewish is because I have taken off during certain holidays. My usual rule is to avoid discussing religion, politics, and UFOs.