Court Upholds Expulsion of Christian Counseling Student Who Opposes Homosexuality!

Del Norte, CO – Does Patriot Bible University “choose” not to be accredited?

Fox News reported July 28, 2010, “A federal judge has ruled in favor of Eastern Michigan University that removed a Christian student from its graduate program in school counseling over her belief that homosexuality is morally wrong.” {Article}

World Magazine reported July 27, 2010 separately, “Augusta State University tells a counseling student to change her beliefs or face expulsion”. Jennifer Keeton, 24, doesn’t believe that homosexuality is biological, but instead is a lifestyle choice. As a Christian, she also believes it is a morally wrong choice. In response to her views, Augusta State University, where she is pursuing a master’s degree in counseling, has ordered Keeton to enter a remedial program or face expulsion. {Article }

Alliance Defense Fund reported March 26, 2010 that a Georgia counselor was fired by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention because she would not agree to affirm homosexual behavior as morally acceptable. { Website }

Both of the above students and the employee were represented by Alliance Defense Fund attorneys. The common thread for the decisions against the Christian students and employed counselor amounted to incompatibility between the employer’s—school’s beliefs and their employee’s—student’s beliefs. The institutions hold to the humanist belief that homosexuality is an innate trait one is born with; the Christians hold to homosexuality being a lifestyle choice of sin.

More information about Patriot’s Authorization and non-governmental Accreditation – here