@boysx3: The religion, advocates no administration of medication, even in the case of the mentally ill (who can be a danger to themselves and others), although it is not "required." The carrying out of this "unrequired" belief is, in my opinion, a direct cause then, for any death carried out, against themselves or others, by someone who isn't given the opportunity as someone under the mercy of a strong believer in this nonadministration of medicine.
It may not be murder, but... E.g. If a church instructed its pregnant women to never take prenatal vitamins that might be readily available to them, this does not mean they are ordering abortions. Nonetheless, prenatal vitamins are proven to help babies and the expecting mothers, and the majority of Christians (I think...) don't have a problem with prenatal vitamins. And if prenatal vitamins would have saved one fetus' life of one thousand, then isn't that the statistical, if "unintended" equivalent of supporting one abortion? This is my outlook, as someone who equates abortion to a type of murder (not trying to make this a pro-life/choice thing! just trying to put this in different terms).
@jonesah: Yes, I'm beginning to realize that this school might be a good opportunity for that. Thank you and thanks to all the many helpful outlooks and opinions!