Matt Bellinger, an assistant professor of communication at the college, described the board’s decision to affirm biblical sexuality as “so out of touch with the convictions and values of the SPU community,” arguing it “calls into question the legitimacy of the board’s leadership.”
(Tré Goins-Phillips – Faithwire) The faculty members at Seattle Pacific University — a Christian college in Washington state — have cast a vote of “no confidence” in the leadership of the school’s board of trustees, which, last week, voted to affirm a biblical interpretation of sexuality.
In total, the university’s faculty senate received responses from 90% of all faculty members, 72% of whom favored the vote of the no confidence while 22% said they opposed it, according to The Seattle Times.
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