A lawsuit against Augusta State University in Georgia alleges school officials essentially gave a graduate student in counseling the choice of giving up her Christian beliefs or being expelled from the graduate program.
School officials Mary Jane Anderson-Wiley, Paulette Schenck and Richard Deaner demanded student Jen Keeton, 24, go through a “remediation” program after she asserted homosexuality is a behavioral choice, not a “state of being” as a professor said, according to the complaint.
A “Limerick” is coming up right now:
If you follow Jesus, take remediation,
for gays are protected from scrutinization,
Repent of your ways!
For faith never pays,
says ASU Georgia’s administration.