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Jerry Falwell Jr. has killed liberty at Liberty University

In All Posts, Christians, Conservatives, Elections, Politics by Sal McCloskey2 Comments

It’s the job of the President of a university (and every member of the staff, for that matter) to guide and teach students in preparation for their lives as adults living in American and building their dreams. It’s not the job of a President of a university (nor any staff member) to impede students in their education or to prevent them from utilizing their God-given right of expression. Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. allegedly did both.

This has only been corroborated by one source over that Daily Beast, so we won’t declare it as 100% fact yet. However, the circumstances described seem to fit perfectly with how Falwell has acted since being bough by… I mean endorsing Donald Trump for President. Allegedly, an anti-Trump opinion piece was written by one of the columnists at the school’s newspaper. Falwell nixed the piece, citing some lame excuse about how they’re already publishing too much about Trump.

The reality is that the column works against Falwell’s Trumpian agenda. He wants Trump to be President for whatever reason, even bypassing proven Constitutional Christian conservatives in favor of the adulterous, unrepentant Trump. We’re not talking about a Mark Levin or Dennis Prager who fought hard against Trump through the primaries but hopped on board the Trump Train in an effort to stop Hillary Clinton. We’re talking about someone who stood shoulder-to-shoulder with Trump to embrace his heretical form of leadership.

They didn’t print the piece. Therefore, we’re going to post it here, courtesy of the Daily Beast. Enjoy…

As a former male athlete, I know exactly what high school guys talk about when they think they are alone. It absolutely can be vulgar and objectifying to women. But here’s the thing — I have never in my life heard guys casually talk about preying on women in a sexual manner.

Trust me, I hated the way the guys talked on the field during practice or in the halls at school. It was downright dirty. Some would call it “locker room talk.” In other words, guys talking about the things they supposedly did with their girls. The conversation never turned to the things they were going to do to a girl.

While I do not condone premarital sexual activity, guys talking about the things they do with their girlfriends is part of today’s culture. On the other hand, when a guy talks about what they are going to do to a girl, that is when it is no longer locker room talk, but pre-meditated sexual assault.

Some examples of this kind of talk are “I just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet. Just kiss. I don’t even wait.” This is not a joke. Men do not casually say things like this. This is not locker room talk. Anyone who says otherwise is just trying to excuse the terrible things they or others have said.

If a high school male was heard talking like this, I would hope appropriate action would be taken. This might involve counseling and some sort of punishment. Not because punishment would magically fix what he said, but to ensure he understands the severity of what he said. So he understands that sexual assault is not a joke. So he understands that women are to be cherished, not spoken of as property.

But when an adult in his late ‘50s says things like “when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything,” that should be a major red flag. “Out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks,” Luke 6:45.

The things that come out of a man’s mouth when his guard is down is probably what is in his heart.

With that said, everyone deserves forgiveness for things that seem to be in the past. But in this instance, the words said do not seem to truly be in the past. He was never accosted for his atrocious words. And most importantly, it seems the words spoken are par for the course.

Donald Trump may have issued an apology for the words he said, but the fact that he can brush them off with a description of “locker room talk,” tells me that he does not believe what he said is truly bad. It tells me that this man says things like this all the time, because it is casual talk to him.

Ladies, please hear me when I say the words spoken by Trump are not normal. That is not what decent men talk about. Not even in high school. You mean so much more than that, and you deserve so much better than that.

Comments

  1. Jeffrey M Brown

    Talking about (or making up) what you’ve done with your girlfriend = not treating them as property. Talking about what you are going to do with (or to) a girl (whether or not you do it) = treating them as property. I wonder if girls agree.

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