Christian students’ club on probation for following Christian ethics


A Christian students’ club at Harvard University has been placed on “administrative probation” for a year for following Christian ethics.

The stunning attack on faith was documented by the Crimson, which said the office of Student Life punished the Harvard College Faith and Action after members pressured a female member of its leadership team to resign after she decided to date a woman.

The idea that a Christian students organization would require its leaders to follow basic Christian teachings was found offensive by college spokeswoman Aaron Goldman, who announced the move.

Golden told the Crimson in an email, “After a thorough review and finding that HCFA had conducted itself in a manner grossly inconsistent with the expectations clearly outlined in [the Office of Student Life’s] Student Organization Resource and Policy Guide, OSL has placed HCFA on a one year administrative probation.”

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