InterVarsity Press’s parent organization InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, one of the largest evangelical college ministries in the U.S., made headlines for starting a process of “involuntary terminations” for any staff member who comes forward to disagree with the company’s position on human sexuality—specifically, that any sexual activity outside of marriage between a husband and wife is immoral.

While staff are not required to sign a statement of agreement or confirm agreement verbally, they have been asked to come forward voluntarily if they disagree with the company’s position.

“We internally categorize these as involuntary terminations due to misalignment with InterVarsity ministry principles, which is a category we use for people who leave for theological and philosophy of ministry disagreements,” said Greg Jao, an InterVarsity vice president and director of campus engagement, in a story first reported by TIME magazine.

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