Kurieuo wrote:I think you're ignoring the part about telling Mum and Dad you're now a Muslim. Any kind of denial of Christ, in my opinion, is off limits and would be literally be blasphemy. A Christian college encouraging such?
Of course I was - it's trivial. We're talking about an optional assignment in an elective course at the college level. If it was mandatory for the class, or required for graduation, or being forced on elementary school kids then you'd have a legitimate beef, but it's none of those things, so who gives a damn?
Kurieuo wrote:If you can't see an agenda, think it a "your values" thing so-be-it, as though your "decency" standard means anything to me, you really don't have any high moral ground here -- just your ground.
My position is that the folks at McMurry University get to make up their own minds and outside groups don't get a vote and should mind their own business. Do you disagree?
You're right, K. I don't give two [poops] about Christ and I don't understand why you're freaking out. But how is this a Christian issue? It seems to me that we have a McMurry U issue that's really nobody elses' business, a TCU issue that's really nobody elses' issue, and a kerfuffle in Iowa that has nothing to do with Christians.Kurieuo wrote:I wouldn't expect someone who doesn't give two $h!ts about Christ like yourself to really understand, so why bother responding to something that is clearly a Christian issue?
I'm not thinking "fair" so much as "not needlessly, pointlessly stupid and unreasonable."Nessa wrote:It seems to me the real point edward is trying to make is that its only fair that paying muslims get their room. Fairness and equality.