Wed Dec 5, 2012, 11:56 AM
warrior1 (12,107 posts)
Bristol University's Christian Union Bans Women From Speaking At Meetings
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UPDATE: Bristol University Christian Union's decision to ban women is not a new policy and has been around for several years, it has since emerged.
A university's Christian society has banned women from speaking at events and teaching at meetings, unless they are accompanied by their husband, it has been revealed.
The Bristol University Christian Union (BUCU) had originally decided women would be allowed to teach at meetings after their international secretary resigned in protest, but the group has since changed its policy.
The Huffington Post UK has seen the email sent out by president Matt Oliver to all BUCU members which said: "It is ok for women to teach in any CU setting... However we understand that this is a difficult issue for some and so decided that women would not teach on their own at our weekly CU meetings, as the main speaker on our Bristol CU weekend away, or as our main speaker for mission weeks.
"But a husband and wife can teach together in these."
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Wed Dec 5, 2012, 03:14 PM
Manifestor_of_Light (20,240 posts)
3. Sounds like Baylor University in Wacko, Texas.
The Vatican City of the Baptists, as Molly Ivins so eloquently stated.