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WEDNESDAY, APR 9, 2014  |  5 comments
Liberty University 'Shrugs Off' Concerns Over Openly Gay Choreographer?
Liberty University, the country's largest private nonprofit university, has issued a statement clarifying its hiring practices after a viral news report revealed that the conservative Christian school's stage company had sought the services of an "open homosexual advocate" for its production of "Mary Poppins."

"For decades, Liberty University has hired only faculty members who affirm the university's doctrinal statement," reads a statement from the Lynchburg, Va., school sent to Patheos blogger Benjamin L. Corey. "The choreographer in question is an independent contractor supplied to the university through a third party association and has never applied for employment at Liberty University and has never been an employee of Liberty. Liberty has never required vendors who provide goods and services to the university to adhere to the university's doctrinal beliefs."

Corey, suggesting that Liberty's ...


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R. K. Borill | Baton Rouge, Louisiana  Protected NameFind all comments by R. K. Borill
I remember a famous quote from Jerry, He said "homosexuals don't reproduce, they recruit." Looks like they are recruiting close to Jerry's home.
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News Item4/9/14 9:11 PM
Thomas the Doubter | Ohio  Find all comments by Thomas the Doubter
Based upon the students they are churning out of there, this is no surprise.
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Strat  Find all comments by Strat
Neil wrote:
Indeed. Many Puritans (e.g. Richard Baxter) were hostile to stage-plays; perhaps their best reason is that many were bawdy; Shakespeare had a lot of dirty jokes or double-entendres in his works, which becomes more clear once the Elizabethan slang is understood. Sex was a far less risky subject than politics. Also, boys played female roles, making them effectively transvestites. If we dig around, we can probably find some other reasons.
Yet now, even Bob Jones University does Shakespeare plays & emphasizes other "fine arts." Got to be well-rounded, old boy.
Jerry Falwell's sales pitch for the University used to "training young champions for Christ" havn't heard that in a while,guess Broadway needs young champions as well.
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Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Strat wrote:
As if putting on plays that require a choreographer is an important responsibility of a "Christian" university to begin with.
Indeed. Many Puritans (e.g. Richard Baxter) were hostile to stage-plays; perhaps their best reason is that many were bawdy; Shakespeare had a lot of dirty jokes or double-entendres in his works, which becomes more clear once the Elizabethan slang is understood. Sex was a far less risky subject than politics. Also, boys played female roles, making them effectively transvestites. If we dig around, we can probably find some other reasons.

G.F. Händel wrote The Messiah as an oratorio because he learned that the English of his day had hang-ups about opera, perhaps because of the Puritan legacy. Well, opera stars still often have dodgy morals.

Yet now, even Bob Jones University does Shakespeare plays & emphasizes other "fine arts." Got to be well-rounded, old boy.

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Strat  Find all comments by Strat
As if putting on plays that require a choreographer is an important responsibility of a "Christian" university to begin with.
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