Oxford alumnus protests against Christian Concern

Posted: Fri, 13 Apr 2012

Oxford alumnus protests against Christian Concern

An Oxford graduate has returned his degree in protest at his college agreeing to host a conference run by a Christian group which does not favour gay rights. Michael Amherst, who read English at Exeter College, acted in protest against a conference organised by the Wilberforce Academy– which is run in association with Christian Concern, reports Pink News.

Christian Concern founder Andrea Minichiello Williams said:

"Homosexuals are displaying an extraordinary intolerance for us and freedom of thought. We are motivated by love and compassion for all people. Everyone seems to forgetOxfordUniversitywas founded by Christians."

Tags: Equality & Human Rights