If he'd made similar reactions to integration, mixed marriages, womens' rights. Would any of those students feel "safe" in his class. All of those injustices were religiously justified in their times. He has the right to say what he chooses, but his job and position carries an ethical standard that has to be exemplified. His religious views have no place in the classroom. Separation of church and state and he is a state employee. (Unless this was at a private school.) How could you even trust him to impartially grade your gay son or daughters papers if you know THIS is how he feels about them.
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