The Honor Code on Trial
Jeffrey, a BYU graduate student, is sent to deliver a blunt message from BYU to the Northeast Accreditation Commission, where he is introduced to the bizarre world of progressive academia with its fixation about privilege and its perpetual outrage over perceived offenses.
One thing is clear: Everyone has a religion, and those who claim they don't are often among the fiercest of zealots.
(Also available in the short story collection "The Wrong Sort of Stories".)
More Books by Stephen Measure
Writer's Dementia: A Short Story
A Modest Proposal for the Replacement of Our Outdated Gender Binary Classification System with One More Suited for Our Progressive Age
The River Is Always Waiting
Sexual Identity Is Bogus and Same-sex Sexuality Is Wrong
An Honorable Man upon the Mountain (Short Story)
Why Do We Help Make Sin Inevitable?