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Behind University Expulsion Over Christian Beliefs

Jen Keeton (24) is a brilliant young woman who writes with exquisite English to explain her analysis of various subjects. She entered the Graduate Counselor Education Progam at Augusta State University in Georgia. An excellent student that any university professor or college instructor would be delighted to have in a class,  the Universtiy of Georgia instead booted her from finishing the course and receiving her degree  because she refused to renounce her Christian faith.  Read this story carefully to understand the full significance of this.  

The University insisted that she promote abortion, evolution and gay marriage which clearly would fly in the face of her Christian beliefs. They were especially adamant about the homosexual issues, and demanded that she enter a "Remediation Program" which would include "sensitivity training" on homosexual issues, additional outside study on literature promoting homosexuality and demanded that she attend a "gay pride parade," and then report on it, according to WorldNetDaily.com. She was instructed to work with GLBTQ (gay-lesbian-bisexual-transsexual-queer) populations and for her to develop a knowledge of homosexuality by reading 10 articles and increase her exposure to homosexuals and lesbians.  Otherwise, they told her, she would be expelled from the program and there would be no credits for her studies. Even though her work was outstanding, it would now all be in vain.  

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