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Christian Student Expelled from College for Quoting the Bible on Facebook

From The Sons of Liberty
Written by: Onan Coca | Published on: April 15, 2016
 
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I kid you not.  I know that some of you likely read the title to this post and thought, “Ugh. Clickbait.” Sadly, the title is the opposite of clickbait, it is a completely accurate explanation of something that recently occurred to a student studying for their Master’s Degree at England’s Sheffield University.

In September of 2015, Mr. Felix Ngole was in the midst of his studies as a second-year masters student when he posted a message on his Facebook page offering support of the unjustly imprisoned American, Kim Davis. Ngole shared a post that said, “I stand with Kim Davis,” then commented on the Bible verse shared within the post. The verse came from the book of Leviticus and it calls homosexuality an “abomination.”

Then in November, the University told Ngole that he would need to attend a mandatory meeting with the school to discuss his Facebook post. At that meeting he was referred to a school committee which would rule on his “fitness” to continue in his coursework. That committee decided that Ngole was unfit because his actions had “transgressed boundaries which are not deemed appropriate for someone entering the social work profession.” Their decision meant his immediate expulsion from the school. After facing pushback for their decision, the committee said that it wasn’t based on Ngole’s beliefs, but on his decision to post them publicly.

Did you get that? It’s okay to believe whatever you want… you’re just not allowed to say what you believe.
 
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