Sunday, January 29, 2017

Meanwhile at Texas "Christian" University

Hat tip The College Fix

“Every student is expected to attend this service,” states the syllabus, a copy of which was obtained by The College Fix. “This visit is part of your participation in class. Many other students from our department will join us. It is a religious experience visit. No student is required to participate in mosque’s service during our visit.”

Yushau Sodiq, a Muslim professor at TCU, is scheduling a required visit to a mosque as part of his World Religions class. It was even originally scheduled to take place on Good Friday.

This is becoming all too common. One wonders when we will see Islamic schools require their students to visit a synagogue or church.

When pigs fly.


Siarlys Jenkins said...

If it is a World Religions class, and if there is a visit scheduled to each form of religion covered in the syllabus, and with the stipulation that no student is expected to PARTICIPATE in worship, then it would seem to be perfectly reasonable.

Otherwise, not.

Gary Fouse said...

It doesn't appear that is the case.

Siarlys Jenkins said...

Nothing appears clearly in the information made available so far...