"Stomping on Jesus" illustrates the dangers of liberal instruction. The professor who suggested this stomping on Jesus is a Vice Chair of the Palm Beach County Democratic Party. He was teaching a class on the subject of "intercultural communication," which is a leftwing field of study. We haven't heard any stories of stomping on Jesus in classes on mathematics or engineering.
The professor claimed that the subject matter of the class directly led to the stomping exercise. He said the exercise came from the textbook, which was entitled Intercultural Communication: CA Contextual Approach. This textbook is widely used in intercultural studies departments, and it's only one of the anti-Christian books assigned at various universities. Students might be better off if public universities eliminated intercultural studies departments altogether. There's nothing new about liberal academics trying to destroy their students' conservative values. But asking students to stomp on Jesus is beyond the pale. American taxpayers certainly should not be forced to subsidize attacks on God at universities, and that professor should be dismissed from teaching.
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