A top evangelical college group has warned its 1,300 employees that they will soon face “involuntary terminations” if they support gay marriage or otherwise disagree with the organization’s positions on sexuality. InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, which has 1,011 chapters on 667 college campuses across the US, said that any staffer who comes forward to disagree with the organization’s stance on human sexuality topics will be fired.
“We internally categorize these as involuntary terminations due to misalignment with InterVarsity ministry principles, which is a category we use for people who leave for theological and philosophy of ministry disagreements,” Greg Jao, an InterVarsity vice president and director of campus engagement, told Time in an email. The organization believes that any sexual activity outside of a husband and wife is immoral.
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