- Jul 26, 2007
Change your beliefs or get out, student toldAn American Christian student has been told she will not be permitted to graduate unless she changes her beliefs.
But because her beliefs about sexual ethics do not conform to the prevailing views of the counselling profession, she must change or get out, official from the university have told her. She has been ordered to undergo a re-education plan involving “remediation” assignments and “diversity sensitivity training.”
She must report back on how the re-education has influenced her beliefs. If she refuses, she has been told she faces being thrown off her degree course. She has also been urged to attend a homosexual parade in Augusta.
An interesting story.
1) A belief in "diversity sensitivity training" and re-education are the hall marks of PC culture.
2) Link is from Catholic Ireland so we may not have the full story.
3) Can a Christain councilar be expected to put aside his/her religious views and treat the patient impartially? How would she treat a girl who had an abortion, a couple seeking divorce, person suffering depression over the death of a loved one? It is even possible to treat a person impartially?