At Upper Arlington High School in the Columbus, Ohio, suburb, students (and some teachers, before they were told not to) are wearing bright yellow "I agree with Justin" T-shirts. They agree with Justin Rule, one of the school's very outspoken Christians, about his faith. "I have a problem with the focus being on Justin," one senior tells The Columbus Dispatch, but others say it's a creative witnessing tool. "If it had 'Jesus' in it, people would have had a bigger problem with it," says another student. "This is just a more subtle way of exploring his beliefs."