A Christian university student is being expelled for defending biblical marriage on social media.
A British High Court ruled Friday that Felix Ngole, a University of Sheffield postgraduate scholar, could be lawfully dismissed for expressing “derogatory” views on same-sex marriage.
In 2015, Ngole came to the defense of Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk jailed for refusing to license same-sex “marriages” in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Obergefell v. Hodges decision.
Davis, he argued, was suffering persecution for simply maintaining the “Biblical view of same-sex marriage as a sin.”
“Same-sex marriage is a sin whether we like it or not,” he wrote. “It is God’s words, and man’s sentiments would not change His words.”
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