SORRY, CHRISTIANS: The Bible Fails ‘Inclusive Language’ Standards At Evangelical College
An evangelical Christian university in Minnesota is encouraging its professors to stop using words with masculine connotations — such as “man” and “mankind” — because those words aren’t sufficiently “inclusive.”
Bethel University in St. Paul is the school, reports Campus Reform.
The document asking faculty members to avoid using masculine terminology is entitled “Language is a Powerful Tool.”
“To be clear in our Christian witness, the Bethel faculty encourages the use of inclusive language,” the document explains.