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Sounds to me like LSU doesn’t mind if students hold SDA beliefs, as long as they don’t stand up for them when professors at LSU actively attempt to undermine these beliefs within the classroom and even within chapel services. Just have a student take a public stand for SDA beliefs when they are attacked in LSU classrooms and LSU is all up in arms… against the student?!

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Student reveals true intent of LSU’s biology seminar class
The SDA Church might decline without those who really do believe in the doctrines of the Church, but I’m not sure about a school like LSU. I think that such a school might actually survive, even thrive, as it tends more and more toward a more secular atmosphere. Regardless, the SDA Church need not support any intitution that is publicly undermining its stated goals and ideals on the Church’s dime.

Sean Pitman

Student reveals true intent of LSU’s biology seminar class
Excellent letter Louie. I’ve very proud of what you’ve done and are doing. You’ve taken on a difficult case and have gone through a great deal of stress and hardship because of it. I’m sure God is with you though and will bring you through with flying colors.

Thanks again…

Sean Pitman

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