Evangelizing on the campus can be mighty difficult, these days… But our friend SlimJim was up to the challenge. –LD
Lemme outta here! I just want to get back to work on my book.
But first a little something from yet another of America’s wonderful institutions of higher learning, Kent State.
On a poster created and circulated by the university’s Center for Student Involvement, a promotion for some kind of campus event on the subject of “hate speech”–translation: any deviation, no matter how small, from neo-Marxist liberal booshwa–we find the saying “You Need Jesus” lumped in with “Build a Wall,” “No More Gays,” and “Women Need to Serve Their Man,” all of them as examples of hate speech. (https://www.thecollegefix.com/post/38242/)
When Kent State honchos were questioned about this by The College Fix, it turns out “nobody knows nothin’.”
Are there any Christian parents sending their sons or daughters to this castle of crapola? If you’re out there, reading this, may I ask “Why?”
Our colleges are toxic to our country.
Shut them down.
At Rollins College, Florida, they all but beheaded a Christian student for objecting to a Muslim instructor’s assertion, made in front of the class, that the crucifixion of Jesus Christ was a hoax ( https://fellowshipoftheminds.com/2017/03/30/floridas-rollins-college-suspends-student-for-disagreeing-with-muslim-instructor-who-said-jesus-crucifixion-was-a-hoax/ ).
Yeah. The Romans were really big on fake crucifixions.
Well, the beheadings won’t come until after the college adopts sharia law; so for the time being, they just suspended the student. Because he disagreed with her claim, the instructor reported him to the “Dean of Safety”–hint: if your college has a Dean of Safety, your college has too much money and too many employees–for the “danger” he was “causing to the campus.”
Danger? Are these people quite all there?
College officials said the student’s remark would “jeopardize the safety and well-being of members of the College community.” I think that answers the question: No, they are not all there.
I wonder what would’ve happened if, instead of speaking out in class, the student had himself gone to the Dean of Safety and accused the instructor of making him feel unsafe. I rather think those jihad wannabes have that effect on a lot of people.
Your tuition dollars at work!
And so we say again, because we must: Parents who love and respect their sons and daughters do not send them to a university to be mal-educated. And I have no idea why they keep on doing it.
(Thanks to Linda for the news tip.)