Deandre Poole, a professor at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) and a top official in the local Democrat Party, recently stirred up a major controversy by making his students write the name Jesus on a piece of paper, throw it on the floor with the name face up, hesitate for a moment, then stomp on it. All the students, with the exception of Ryan Rotela complied. His refusal resulted in his being suspended from the class by the university. Ryan Rotela, who is a junior from Coral Springs, had this to say: “Any time you stomp on something it shows that you believe that something has no value. So if you were to stomp on the word Jesus it says that the word has no value.” These are the exact words he told local CBS TV Affiliate WPEC, when he was interviewed.
It’s unbelievable that a college professor teaching young students would participate in this anti-Christian exercise. I seriously doubt that Mr. Poole would dare to do this with the name Mohammed. To Mr. Poole’s credit, he was conducting this exercise based upon the suggestion from the textbook “Intercultural Communications a Contextual Approach, 5th Edition”, which he was using in class. You would think that a university professor would have more wisdom than to do this among young students. However, books are being written in today’s culture to undermine God, Christ, and the Bible. The liberals love it. What I don’t understand is how a once good political party like the Democrat Party has joined in the fight against Christianity.
By his actions, Mr. Poole has motivated tens of thousands who believe in Jesus to realize just how serious this conspiracy is in the matter of trying to eliminate Jesus from America.
Dear reader, take up the only weapon Christians can use in the fight against atheists, liberals, and intellectual elites, and that is “The sword of the spirit”—The Bible. Unless we stand where the Bible stands, our world will grow worse and worse.
God Bless America!