Yale Law School: no more stipends for students working at Christian conservative orgs

Yale Law School is yet another academic institution where Christian values have become unwelcome. There have been reports where Yale students working for organizations who follow Biblical teachings regarding homosexuality are being excluded from financial support programs.

 

 

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However, this may still disqualify working for Christian organizations who require employees to affirm they live by Christian values. ADF, for instance, has a statement of faith which has among its requirements the conviction that “all forms of sexual immorality (including adultery, fornication, homosexual behavior, polygamy, polyandry, bestiality, incest, pornography, and acting upon any disagreement with one’s biological sex) are sinful and offensive to God.”

“Yale’s only assurances that the policy will be limited to hiring practices, and not applied to policy positions, are private emails sent to individual students,” Haviland argues. “This is not enough. What ultimately matters is the text of the policy,” which “was obviously a response to ADF.

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