A student at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles says that a professor took points off a recent test after the student identified God as being male, according to a report.
According to a Monday report from the College Fix, the student — who wishes to remain anonymous at the time of this reporting — is a member of the Loyola Marymount University College Republicans.
What are the details?
The outlet reported that the student innocuously described God as being male on a recent test.
Theological studies professor Cecilia González-Andrieu, however, reportedly did not appreciate the student’s response and docked several points from the test for using “male-gendered language for God repeatedly.”
The student, according to the report, sent a message to González-Andrieu, which read in part, “Your comment that I referred to God as a male, I should not have gotten any points off for that. MULTIPLE times throughout the Bible God is referred to as a ‘he.’ I feel targeted by your comment, as I was raised in the church with the belief that God is a male.”
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