People who’ve read this blog for a while — we started in 2006! — know that one of our constant themes is that people of faith and values need to stick together, whether we agree about certain doctrines.
This recent case, about a grad student at Augusta State University who was told she had to change her Biblical beliefs to graduate, perfectly demonstrates the point.
The Alliance Defense Fund’s Center for Academic Freedom is representing this student, and I — for one — am thankful for people like David who are standing between the universities and the rest of America and trying to bring sense to these situations.
When it comes to politics, the same principle applies. People of values need to stick together without being separated by bickering, accusations, and doctrinal differences. It’s a tough world out there.