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Here we go again, folks.
A bunch of radical LGBT activists at Trinity University (a Christian university, by the way) launched a campaign to banish Chick-fil-A from campus.
The beloved restaurant chain does not have a franchise on campus, but every two weeks they are permitted to sell their delicious sandwiches and crispy waffle fries to starving Presbyterian students.
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Student government leaders at the San Antonio-based school passed a non-binding resolution calling for Chick-fil-A to be banned so they can affirm the school’s “commitment to diversity and inclusion.”
“Trinity’s values of diversity and inclusion and Chick-fil-A’s values regarding the LGBT+ community are mutually exclusive,” student lawmakers wrote.
Well, Chick-fil-A follows the teachings of Jesus Christ. Whose teachings does Trinity University follow?
And before we go any further, I should acknowledged that Trinity University is a private school — therefore they can do whatever they want. Although, I am curious what the university donors think about Trinity’s anti-poultry bias.
Ty Tinker, the student government president, told the San Antonio Express-News they were spurred to action after “a lot of proactive folks, including PRIDE (Trinity’s student LGBT group), came to student government and university administrators.”
The resolution reads in part: “Underrepresented students from the LGBT+ community have expressed the drastic assault on their identities and beings as a result of Chick-fil-A’s ideals and actions, and SGA stands to represent all students regardless of the size of the community.”
I call B.S., folks. That resolution is a load of Grade-A fertilizer.
The student government association got their “evidence” that Chick-fil-A hates gay people from radical leftist organizations like Human Rights Campaign and Think Progress.
Human Rights Campaign is a flat-out anti-Christian hate group and they especially despise this writer.
Think Progress published a story alleging that Chick-Fil-A donated money to “anti-gay” organizations like the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the Salvation Army.
Both organizations require their members and leaders to follow the teachings of the Bible on issues like marriage and sexuality. That’s why they’ve been labeled “anti-gay.”
Sophomore senator Claire Carlson told The Trinitonian
they also had issues with Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy’s personal belief that marriage is between a man and a woman.
He “has made a lot of problematic comments in the contexts of same sex marriage and things like that,” she said.
Presbyterians would think that university leadership would have been appalled at the behavior and the ignorance of the students who voted for the resolution. But that’s not the case.
“It’s our tradition and responsibility to foster open, free dialogue about issues of importance to our students,” Vice President for Strategic Communications Tess Coody-Anders said in a statement to the newspaper. “We’re proud of our students’ willingness to engage in difficult conversations and to amplify the voices of those who are often underrepresented and overlooked.”
Trinity University is doing its part to raise up the next generation of little fascists — hell-bent on shutting down any speech or religious belief they find offensive. They’ll fit in quite well with the grown-up fascists controlling the San Antonio City Council.
But my major beef is with the Salvation Army and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. I’m getting a little tired of defending organizations that refuse to stand up and defend themselves.
We offer these organizations an opportunity to refute the allegations and set the record straight, but more often than not — they choose to remain silent. And as a result of their silence, the perception becomes the reality.
As I write in my new book, “Culture Jihad,”
Freedom-loving Christians cannot afford to remain silent. They must stand up and rebuke the anti-Christian bigots who want to eradicate Christianity from public marketplace. Demand retractions. File lawsuits. Hold press conferences. Pack city council meetings. FIGHT BACK!
Silence in the face of evil is evil itself, as one great Christian theologian once said.
The truth is that Americans should be able to enjoy a delicious chicken sandwich regardless of their political affiliation or sexual orientation.