A Christian student
in the US has been told
she will not be permitted to graduate unless she changes her beliefs
Jennifer Keeton, 24, is studying for a degree in counselling
at Augusta State University
in Georgia. But University chiefs say her beliefs about sexual ethics do not conform to the prevailing views of the counselling profession
, and she much change or get out.
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
American pro-freedom group, the Alliance Defense Fund
(ADF), has come to the student’s aid.
Supported by the ADF, she is suing the University for interfering with her religious liberty