This is Sad
I just want to point everyone to a discussion on Phyllis Schlafly Live. It is with a college graduate in social work by the name of Emily Brooker. It is absolutely amazing what this girl went through. You can listen to the first half here, and the second half here. The absolute insanity of many on the left is brought out in this young girl's story. These silly teachers told her that she must separate her beliefs from her professional work. And yet, did these professors separate their belief that homosexuality is an acceptible lifestyle from their work? No. What they suggested is totally impossible. What you believe has implications for how you live your life, including how you do your work in the professional realm, and every other area of life.
These people always want to come across under the guise of neutrality, but in reality they are some of the most biased people on the planet. Greg Bahnsen once said, rightly:
Therefore, the Christian who strives after neutrality in his thought is found actually to be endeavoring to efface the fact that he is a Christian! By denying his distinctive religious commitment he is reduced to apostate thought patterns and absorbed into the world of unbelief. Attempting to find a compromise between the demands of worldly neutrality (agnosticism) and the doctrines of Christ's word results in the rejection of Christ's distinctive Lordship by obliterating the great gulf between the thinking of the old man and that of the new man [Always Ready Directions for Defending the Faith p.9].
It is one of the most deceptive tricks the political and social left will use, namely, the myth of neutrality. If we fall for it, we end up, as Greg Bahnsen said, being absorbed into the world of unbelief. That is why I am so thankful that this young woman had the courage to deny the neutrality myth, and to come out and win the case. I only wonder how many more students have had these injustices done to them, and the ending was not so happy.
Also, this program is availible in Mp3 format for about two weeks yet. Here is the first half, and here is the second half.