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University Requires Employees to Reject Homosexuality

According to The Christian Post, a private Christian university in Rome, Georgia is requiring its employees to sign a document rejecting homosexuality and sex outside marriage or risk termination of their employment. Shorter University president Don Dowless told a local radio station, “Our goal is to declare who we are…anybody who adheres to a lifestyle that is outside what the Biblical mandate is…would not be allowed to continue here.” Dowless is not currently asking students to sign the document, called a “Personal Lifestyle Statement,” and says it is permissible by law because the school receives no federal funding.

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Toni Ridgaway is a content editor for the Outreach Web Network, including churchleaders.com and SermonCentral.com.