Prejudice against certain beliefs have some people ruffled.
In the growing and changing times, many claim the Church must adapt in order to accept a larger number of people who may not necessarily fit into a certain “vision” of what the Church should be like.
For some, Ohio University’s campus is a place where it seems to be very open and accepting of others’ beliefs.
Galbreath Chapel (Photo | Hannah Yang)
“There are a lot of people who are very accepting of others regardless of religion,” said Megan Stickney, an Ohio University freshman. “But just like anywhere, there are some people who aren’t. I think most people refrain from using it as a point of judgment or cause to distance themselves from others.”
However, some claim Christianity is a form of prejudice against those who may not follow the exact teachings of Scripture. Homosexuality is viewed as a sin within the Church, however, times have changed. Even Pope Francis claims that the