Skip to comments.Christian college blocks cross display because it deals with a 'divisive' pro-life subject matter
Posted on 11/14/2019 6:14:22 PM PST by Morgana
Administration at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana, reportedly shot down a student's suggestion to erect a cross display for the lives of the unborn killed by abortion.
The school said that it wouldn't be permitted because it dealt with a "divisive" matter.
The college, which is a private institution, is affiliated with a variety of churches including the Presbyterian Church, the United Methodist Church, and the United Church of Christ. According to its website, the school maintains its affiliations with "denominations traditionally committed to the pursuit of knowledge, religious tolerance, and free inquiry and to such values as service, community, and character." What are the details?
As highlighted by Campus Reform, Emily Kokot, a student at the school and chairperson of Young Americans for Freedom secretary and treasurer, wanted to erect a display featuring crosses for the unborn.
Dean of Students Brad Nason said, however, that such a display would take away a person's "right [to] choose to engage or not engage" with certain hot-button topics like abortion.
A letter from Nason said, "I'm sorry Emily, but that is not a program that would be allowed at RMC. The College has no objection to discourse and dialogue about/around the pro-life movement, but we draw the line at public displays of divisive topics. A physical 'memorial for abortion victims' falls into that category."
"For the record," the letter continued, "the President's Cabinet recently rejected a similar request for an on-campus marketing campaign that would have included what most would interpret as liberal messaging, around the topics of immigrant rights, climate change, science, and racism. We considered that program unnecessarily and inappropriately confrontational."
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even the secular university i went to allowed one.
Turning the other cheek at its finest!
Christians seem to have an inexhaustible supply of “other cheeks” and there’s an endless line of people eager to slap them.
Insane. Need to find out who makes those decisions and can em.
Send your child to a Christian College and expect them to teach Christian values.
When Notre Dame and Georgetown ‘covered’ the statues when BO went there basically was the ‘final straw’ in my disavowing Catholicism.
Covering them for BO was NOT my ‘complaint’, COVERING them for ANYONE is my complaint.
If you don’t like my cat, just don’t come to my house.
Amazing... All I had to do is scroll down a bit to find more posts to reinforce my earlier point.
The college, which is a private institution, is affiliated with a variety of churches including the Presbyterian Church, the United Methodist Church, and the United Church of Christ.
In other words, its anything but a Christian college.
“is affiliated with a variety of churches including the Presbyterian Church, the United Methodist Church, and the United Church of Christ.”
Take a look for yourself:
She would get a coat hanger display in reply. The college’s affiliate churches are pro-abortion. A substantial number of the faculty wouldn’t want her “appropriating” the cross either. Her fellow students who chose a Christian college? Who knows?
She might try posters of fetal development. Just the facts. Although these days there are hate facts, that make people feel unsafe.
Actually, Jesus’ name is THE most divisive name there is. Perhaps they better ban any mention of His name! After all, what’s a little faith and truth versus political correctness?
Divisive topic, eh?
Everything is divisove today.
Pick which side of the divide you will fight for.
Because no matter what the fight is about, you will become involved in combat
Yeah, that’s what I was thinking: the
“Christian” in Christian College needs to be surrounded by some big ol’ quotes, whatcha might call “sarcasm quotes.”
Divisive: dissenting from Left Wing planks
Because it interferes with people's fantasies.
**The college, which is a private institution, is affiliated with a variety of churches including the Presbyterian Church, the United Methodist Church, and the United Church of Christ.**
I have a news flash for these cretins.
Christianity, in and of itself, IS divisive!
Luke: 12: 49-56
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