February 6, 2012

Persecution of Christians is Not Always Successful

"Tolerance is a two-way street."

happens when a graduate-level student of counseling is a Christian and does not want to deal with homosexual issues? In accordance with guidelines, she refers to another counselor. How does the college respond to her actions that were "by the book"? Tell her to undergo remediation to see the error of her ways or be dismissed.

Wow, the Gaystapo is intimidating to the weak-willed!

But this time, it looks like justice, truth and even common sense can prevail. Some of us stand up for values.
The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ordered a trial at the district level for a graduate level counseling student who was dismissed from her program for asking that a client with “gay” issues be referred to another counselor because as a Christian she could not affirm that lifestyle choice.
Officials at Eastern Michigan University took that action against Julea Ward, a student approaching the end of her degree program with a 3.91 grade point average, even though, as the appeals judges noted, the school’s own practices in fact permitted such referrals.
You can read the rest of "University Blasted for Intolerance of Christianity" here.


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