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University Bows to National Outrage, Won’t Punish Student Who Refused to Stomp Jesus

AbigailAdams4sure Wrote: Mar 26, 2013 1:30 PM
FAU apologized for one simple reason: Universities and colleges have NO money to fight frivolous law suits that are 100% avoidable. There are Christian coalitions that will fight for religious liberties. And lots of generous people willing to donate to them. Think, colleges, think: how much is it worth to you?
Bick4 Wrote: Mar 26, 2013 9:59 PM
Abigail, are you stupid or do you just think that we are? Have you never heard of the ACLU? They and scores of other liberal organizations would have defended the university pro bono, and the kind of money they bring to the table from the likes of Soros and many other Liberals dwarfs what any of the Christian groups have to operate with.
Chestertonfan Wrote: Mar 26, 2013 2:29 PM
Yeah, right, like they would actually stomp on a pictures of Mohammed. Sure. Frivolous law suits has to be the reason. How about what is just plainly right and wrong?

Florida Atlantic University has issued a formal apology to a student that was facing academic charges after he complained about a professor who ordered the class to write the name “Jesus” and then stomp on the pieces of paper.

Ryan Rotela, a student at FAU, was accused of violating the student code of conduct after he reported his instructor to university administrators. He was removed from the class, ordered not to contact fellow students, and was facing possible suspension or expulsion – pending the outcome of a student hearing.

But after a massive national outcry, the university reversed course Monday afternoon...