Hot Air has the story about Jennifer Keeton. Keeton, trying to graduate from Augusta State University in Augusta, Georgia, has been told she cannot get certification in counseling unless she abandons orthodox teachings of her Christian faith.You guessed it — Keeton, a Christian, is not supportive of "gay rights".
CNN has an interesting roundtable on the case of Jennifer Keeton, who has sued Augusta State University to keep from getting expelled for not repudiating her statements about homosexuality. Keeton expressed her biblical perspective on the subject in and out of class while working toward a degree in counseling, and the school mandated a “remediation plan” that appears to have required her to renounce her Christian doctrine in order to gain a diploma from the school. The school has responded that a bias against homosexuality would disqualify Keeton from certification, a position that would put most Christians in Keeton’s position.
Christians should be more than a little troubled by the University's bias.I hope Georgia's legislators are paying attention. Augusta State's position seems to be that a bias against Christians is preferable to Christians holding on to orthodox teachings of their faith.You can call President Bloodworth over at August State at 706-737-1440 and let him know what you think.[UPDATE:] In Michigan, a federal judge has upheld the expulsion of a graduate school student for believing homosexuality is morally wrong.