23 March 2013

College Professor - Stomp On Jesus' Name


*Update - I removed the embedded video due to the "auto-play" feature which is quite annoying when trying to read other posts. But there's a new development. The school has apologized. Better late than never I suppose. Details here.

Another story in a continuing series of anecdotal evidence that colleges and universities are indoctrinating students . . .



4 comments:

Chaps said...

The plural of "anecdote" is "evidence."

Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

I believe you're right.

The History Book Guy said...

I have to ask the question; what might have happened had the Professor told his students to write Mohammad's name on the piece of paper instead of Jesus'? I believe that this little story might have been a bit bigger. I think it's wrong no matter which name was on the paper. I also wonder as to what was the exact motive this professor had for doing this?

Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

Yes, I wondered the same thing. The motive is to breakdown the values instilled in the kids by their parents and churches and to turn them against Christianity. The authority figure is the professor so, in the mind of most of his students, this is acceptable. It conditions them. Communist regimes do the same kind of thing to prisoners and dissidents. It is despicable beyond words. But I doubt any academics will notice or condemn - they're too busy chasing neo-Confederates on social media sites and ranting against the Southern heritage folks.

For a freaky, Orwellian defense of the conduct, listen carefully to the college's response. Talk about out of touch.