New attempts to rob students of free speech are ironically disguised as "Stop the Hate" campaigns. A school's policy cannot take away your right to free speech. It's time for these people supposedly dedicated to diversity to practice what they preach. Christians can have opinions too and it is NOT hate. after all, they are very vocal about what THEY believe - why is that not hate of you?
"There is a real threat to religious freedom on campuses, funded by your tax dollars of people trying to purge Christian influence and limit religious freedom. ... You may remember:
• Graduate student Julea Ward, who was expelled from her university’s counseling program because her Christian convictions would not allow her to affirm same-sex relationships.
• College student Emily Brooker, whose professor ordered her to publicly advocate for homosexual adoption by signing a letter to the legislature. When she objected, she was brought before an ethics committee and threatened with having her diploma withheld.
• Dr. Mike Adams, who endured a campaign of academic persecution at the hands of his faculty colleagues and was denied a promotion because of his conservative and Christian views.
• College student Jonathan Lopez, who was called a “fascist” by his professor and was told to “ask God what [his] grade [is]” because he quoted two Bible verses and shared the biblical view of marriage during a class speaking assignment."
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"Today, even Christian colleges are no longer safe from persecution.
Ever since the Supreme Court’s nationwide redefinition of marriage, leaders in Christian education have been sounding the alarm. They expect to be challenged on housing, admissions, and hiring policies. And they have good reason to be concerned.
Just days after the marriage ruling, the executive director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State was quoted as saying that a Christian college that refused married-student housing to a same-sex married couple would be 'on the edge of indefensible.'
Many Christian colleges also expect challenges to their accreditation, tax-exempt status, and even their freedom to teach what the Bible says about marriage and sexuality."
Courtesy of Alliance Defending Freedom