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Idaho Professor Doubles Down on Comments That Women Should Not Be Engineers, Lawyers or Doctors

Also on Twitter, Yenor posts recordings of “hate voicemails” he has received after “left-leaning media attacked me.” The professor has written about family life for the Heritage Foundation and the Claremont Institute.

In a 2020 interview with the Christian Post, Yenor says for “any recovery and movement toward family life” to occur, “the principles of sexual liberation theory” need to be “widely criticized and rolled back from how society approaches education.” Christian parents, he adds, should equate success with family life, not with degrees, careers, or financial stability.

That will all “take care of itself,” says Yenor. “The part that is most difficult to shape in your children‘s souls, in the future, and in their minds, is the centrality of loving another human being and giving yourself up to that human being sacrificially over the course of life.”

ChurchLeaders has reached out to Yenor, seeking additional comments about the topic, especially regarding his views on the role of churches in this conversation.

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