Don’t you get tired of reading about the Bible being banned by professors? In this case from Northern Arizona University, the student was told he could not have the Bible out during his own time before class. There is more depth to this story as you will discover below. This is a conservative student who has been targeted by this professor before. After you look at her history of what she teaches and what she stands for, you will see the same intolerant trend that Christians in America are experiencing more and more. Read on.
As Written By Todd Starnes at FOX NEWS Opinion
It’s apparently okay to read history books at Northern Arizona University, but not the Good Book.
Mark Holden, a 22-year-old history major, tells me he was ordered to leave a lecture hall after his professor objected to him reading the Bible before the start of the class.
Holden alleges that Professor Heather Martel ordered him to put away the Good Book around six minutes before a scheduled history class. It’s unclear why she objected to the reading of God’s Word.
According to her biography, Professor Martel is a noted scholar who is working on an essay titled, “The Gender Amazon: Indigenous Female Masculinity in Early Modern European Representations of Contact.” She also teaches classes on Global Queer History and Feminist Theory.
When Holden declined to stop reading his Bible, the professor summoned Derek Heng, the chairman of the department. Heng then proceeded to explain the situation.
Holden recorded the conversation and turned it over to congressional candidate Kevin Cavanaugh. In turn, Cavanaugh provided me with a copy of the audio.
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