Accredited college hires prof that denies the historicity of Jesus, suspends Christian student

Accredited private Rollins College in Florida suspended a Christian student for disagreeing with his Muslim professor over the historicity of Jesus.

Rollins College is accredited by the regional accreditation agency SACS (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools), which is itself approved by the US government’s Council for Higher Education Administration.

The Department of Education should re-evaluate whether it supports educational institutions that deny historical facts to pacify non-historical theological perspectives promulgated by religions such as Islam.

Student: ‘Our university should be a place where ideas can be spoken of without punishment.’

Full article: Christian student suspended after challenging Muslim prof’s claim that Jesus wasn’t crucified – The College Fix

To write a letter of complaint, contact President Grant H. Cornwell:

Office of the President
Rollins College
1000 Holt Ave. – 2711
T. 407.646.2120
F. 407.646.1501

About Jonathan Lankford

Jonathan has a Bachelor of Arts degree (BA) in Bible with a concentration in missions and intercultural communication. He also earned his Master's in Business Quality Management (MBQPM) and graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Master's in Education (MEd) focusing on Administration. He has been an educator since 2007, teaching English and humanities in Vietnamese universities. He currently holds the position of Associate Registrar at Tan Tao University, Vietnam.
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One Response to Accredited college hires prof that denies the historicity of Jesus, suspends Christian student

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