Christians driven from campus – of course!

From yet another of those profs who almost gets it but not quite:

It is not Christian colleges that have made a habit of harassing and intimidating speakers who represent different points of view; it is nonreligious campuses. When socialist presidential candidate Bernie Sanders gave a speech in September 2015 at Liberty University, media accounts, including in The New York Times, took note of how courteous and polite the student body was, and how they unfailingly applauded a speaker who acknowledged at the outset profoundly disagreeing with their views.

Contrast their civility with the hostile reception certain other thinkers are guaranteed these days, just by setting foot on secular campuses. Followers of the Cross, especially, are often greeted by an especially bilious class of protester. Thus, for example, University of Tulsa students protested a former self-professed lesbian turned Christian—on the grounds that calling something “sinful” is “thinly veiled hate speech,” as one leader of the protest explained.

Similarly, when Jennifer Roback Morse—a former Ivy League professor and head of the Ruth Institute, a nonprofit dedicated to traditional Christian teaching—appeared at the University of California, Santa Barbara, 20 students interrupted her talk with chants, waving signs inscribed with various obscenities. When Christian speaker Ravi Zacharias spoke at the University of Pennsylvania, a local atheist group handed out bingo-style cards mocking the speaker to every student who entered the hall. The list could go on. More.

Reality check: Campuses (apart from the technical STEM subjects) are now simply the training camps for the new progressive bureaucracy. It’ll get way worse once euthanasia takes hold, and many people are complicit in the murder of relatives and friends. Unborn children can, after all, just disappear. But the adult deceased have histories, so serious Christians will be very unwelcome in a world adjusting to legal murder.

See also: Euthanasia’s red dawn in Canada

Also, the reign of the junior jackboots