Catholic advocate wants Rollins to intervene in student’s suspension

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Catholic advocate wants Rollins to intervene in student’s suspension

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A national Catholic advocate is asking Rollins College to intervene in the case of a Christian student suspended by the school after he reportedly got into a religious dispute with a Muslim professor.

Bill Donahue, president of the conservative New York-based Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, wrote a letter Tuesday to Rollins President Grant Cornwell, saying he had read reports that sophomore Marshall Polston had been suspended for creating a disruption after he disagreed with professor Areeje Zufari.

“She asserted that the Biblical story of the crucifixion was not true, and that Jesus’ apostles did not believe he was divine,” Donahue wrote in his letter. READ MORE HERE.


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