COLUMBUS, Ohio -- A federal judge has rejected a lawsuit by a former Ohio State University librarian who sued the school, claiming he faced discrimination for his Christian beliefs.
U.S. District Court Judge William Bertelsman has ruled that Scott Savage couldn't show that the university made his working conditions intolerable enough to resign.
Savage said he was forced to quit after recommending a conservative book for incoming freshmen at the university's Mansfield campus.
Savage said the school's other picks were too liberal and reflected the promotion of a gay agenda. NBC, and more detail from Inside Higher Ed.