This is an unexpected Part III to our May 2016 series (see Part I and Part II). We were recently informed that a fully tenured professor reluctantly resigned from his coveted position at California State University. This was his only choice following continuous discrimination and false accusations by campus administrators and left-leaning campus groups due to his biblical worldview. We have been given permission to reprint part of his unsettling experience here.
June 9, 2016 - This week Robert Oscar Lopez, formerly professor of English and Classics at California State University, Northridge, announced that he would no longer be teaching at CSUN, for the sake of his soul. His announcement came after years of harassment from his colleagues and LGBT activists.
Lopez talked to reporter Anika Smith at The Stream about his experience and why he believes tenure is spiritually dangerous for Christians.