Harvard University Christian group dismissed Biblical study leader for being bisexual

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A Harvard University Christian group has been placed on probation – after allegations it tried to force out its Bible study leader because she was in relationship with a woman. Relationships between two women are not condemned (or even mentioned) in the Bible. The Harvard Crimson student newspaper broke allegations that the group is alleged to have forced a Bible study course leader to step down from her position when her sexuality and same-sex relationships were revealed. The Harvard College Student Handbook lays out guidelines which states that student groups cannot discriminate against people on basis of their sexuality, so the university takes action. In a statement to the outlet, a Harvard spokesperson said: “After a thorough review and finding that HCFA had conducted itself in a manner grossly inconsistent with the expectations clearly outlined in the Student Organization Resource and Policy Guide, the [Office for Student Life] has placed HCFA on a one year administrative probation.”

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