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01/16/2011

Video: Liberty University's 'Hunt For A Gay Cure 101'

by Jeremy Hooper

A few years back, all kinds of people were asking us to accept Stanton Jones and Mark Yarhouse's "ex-gay" research as if it were led by science and not an agenda. Now, via these two videos posted to Liberty University's iTunesU page (as in, videos that are intended to instruct Liberty's Christian college students), we see just how laughable the "it's just science" spin was/is/always will be:



[SOURCE: Liberty University iTunesU]
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*NOTE: The sexuality videos seem to be for students seeking a Bachelor of Science in Psychology in the area of Christian Counseling. Here's another link to Liberty's public iTunesU page, for those interested: http://deimos3.apple.com/WebObjects/Core.woa/Browse/liberty-public.4855489151

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