Well my friend, sounds like a rock and a hard place. The bottom line is you need this credit, so instead of taking the perspective that you hate this girl and can't relate to anything she's about, try to be open minded and maybe talk to her about compromising. I don't blame you for not wanting to sing and dance in front of your class, I wouldn't want to either. Some times you just gotta suck it up. So might as well make the best of it. One point you may want to bring up is that religion is a very controversial issue and many people may not be able to ob<x>jectively consider it.
Play Angel and Demon?
Play Nun and you as yourself.. She trying to make you believe in God, but you don't.. So the ending would be you still searching if God is exist and she could sing whatever song she wanted to..(after you left the stage)
why can't you incorporate a darker side to I love God; a side where you don't feel anything towards Him, and then the lighter side where you do; kind of like a conflicted person in a love'/hate relationship with God.
well, do it from the standpoint you don't hate Him, you just don't believe in Him; there's plenty of evidence at this site that many don't believe in Him or even cherish Him. Write up a little script from your point of view; God loves diversity and non-conformity, so add a little bit of that. And remind her t his is your project, too, it should reflect that.
You should try to compromise with her. Maybe do both? You do your part and she does hers? Make it a comedy about colliding worlds. Dualistic. That would actually be really cool considering your two views.<br />
Also, you really need to talk to your teacher. What's your teacher like?
Sounds like she's trusting you. Were you assigned her as a partner?
That's pretty rough. Just remember that this girl doesn't really know what you see and be as still as possible. Neutral. Once you get completely neutral to this project then she can learn from you and you'll be a stronger person for doing so.