December 15, 2012

There Are No Gays at This School!

Trevor Baratko, Loudoun Times-Mirror

Gay students at Patrick Henry College in Purcellville don’t exist. They can’t exist.

So says Dr. Michael Farris, the college’s founder and chancellor.

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TAGGED: Evangelicals, Higher Education, Gays, Patrick Henry College

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