At Christian Colleges, a Collision of Gay Rights and Traditional Values

For The New York Times’ Laura Pappano reports on how conservative Christian colleges are dealing with LGBTQ rights on campus. Pappano writes, “Unlike their elders, many students want to use their love for Jesus not to uphold traditional values, but to engage with and change the world, pushing Christian campuses to a careful openness.” Pappano notes that some students remain religious and gay and have joined together to fuel what she calls an “L.G.B.T.Q Christian movement.”

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