That’s the question that the board of regents of Seton Hall University is asking itself.
You see, one of their associate professors—W. King Mott—is scheduled to teach a course on homosexual “marriage” this fall.
According to The Setonian,
A course on gay marriage will be offered by the Women and Gender studies department next semester at Seton Hall University.
W. King Mott, an associate professor of political science and a member of the Women and Gender Studies program, will teach the course.
The class is not an advocacy course, according to Mott. Rather, it teaches the issue of gay marriage from an academic perspective.
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