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Jennifer Keenton Must Change Belief's In Order To Graduate July 27, 2010

Lawsuit Claims College Ordered Student to Alter Religious Views on Homosexuality, Or Be Dismissed
 Jennifer Keeton, 24, has been pursuing a master's degree in school counseling at Augusta State University since 2009, but school officials have informed her that she'll be dismissed from the program unless she alters her "central religious beliefs on human nature and conduct".  Augusta State University faculty have promised to expel Miss Keeton from the graduate Counselor Education Program not because of poor academic showing or demonstrated deficiencies in clinical performance, but simply because she has communicated both inside and outside the classroom that she holds to Christian ethical convictions on matters of human sexuality and gender identity.  Read more: Fox, The Augusta Chronicle.  Can anyone explain the process required to change one's beliefs?  If so what is the difference between that process and brain washing?

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