A North Carolina state university has put out a list of approved “gay friendly” churches for faculty and students raising concerns by at least one professor that taxpayers are inadvertently involved in “telling people where to go to church.”
An office with the University of North Carolina’s Wilmington campus began circulating the list late last month. It was compiled as part of a broader guide to gay-friendly businesses, nonprofits, health centers and other services in the area.
The “lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, intersex and allied students, faculty, staff, and alumni” office described the document as a “local resource guide” for “lgbt staff and faculty.” The head of the sociology department later suggested professors share it with their students.
But Mike Adams, a criminology professor on campus who went from atheist to Christianity, said the university should not be in the business of recommending churches.Continue Reading on www.foxnews.com