Bringing a Sword

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News that I missed, courtesy of The Babylon Bee:

 

PHOENIX, AZ—Private Christian school Grand Canyon University has disinvited Jesus Christ from its campus in order to preserve the school’s mission of unity after uncovering controversial comments made by the Jewish Messiah that might cause division among students.

Material mentioning Jesus’ teachings has been banned, and anyone with Jesus in his heart was asked to vacate the campus immediately.

“We support a lot of the nice things that Jesus says,” school administrators wrote in a statement. “He’s all about Judeo-Christian values, and that’s great. We love that. But here on campus, we want to provide an environment that’s free from controversy and divisiveness, and frankly, Jesus said a lot of stuff that’s likely to tear us apart.”

Go here to read the rest.  Just one of many divisive quotes:

Do not think that I came to send peace upon earth: I came not to send peace, but the sword.

Who does this Christ fellow think He is?  Oh, yeah…

 

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4 Comments

  1. Duh . . that’s why we must have sword control or at least no sword over 1.5 inches long in the hands of individuals; and psychiatric evaluations for anyone who wants to carry one of these long pointy things. We also will need campus police with swords to protect us from the common people who want swords. Guy McClung, Texas.

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