Southern Methodist University has a course which interprets the Bible from the LGBTQIA+ perspective and whose reading material includes a commentary on the “Queer Bible.”
After a college professor compared the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, a Supreme Court justice, to a biblical story, a student reported the professor to the university’s Bias Incident Response Team.
Apparently, Pomona College found it appropriate to offer a one-credit class on how to “queer” (i.e. interpret it in accordance to gender theory) the Bible.
A graduating nursing student was told not to include any Christian references in a speech by Colorado Mesa University, which was later reversed after Alliance Defending Freedom sent them a letter informing the university of the unconstitutionality of their speech instructions.
Matthew Vines, a “queer rights activist,” spoke at Harvard University and interpreted the Bible differently than Christian and Jewish biblical scholars on monogamous, heterosexual relationships.
A student at Northern Arizona claimed that his professor repeatedly asked him to stop reading his Bible before class, which he would do silently while he sat in the classroom before the lecture.
A college student at Rollins College was suspended due to his alleged challenge to a Muslim professor’s remarks about Jesus Christ, but now that suspension has been lifted and the student has been reinstated.
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