The University of St. Thomas sure has raised the hackles of what Joe Soucheray calls The Diversitarian Church. Amazing that people would be so up in arms over a Catholic university practicing Catholicism
The SPP is rife with letters denouncing the policy that forbids unmarried couples from rooming together while on school-sponsored trips. Each is moronic in its own right, but one is particularly egregious.
Angelique Folkner writes, in part: Who's to say what's moral and what's not? If a person [Angelique being one] chooses not to believe in the Bible, he must set his own moral guidelines.
Give me a damn break. Angelique, your philosophy boarders on insanity.
There’s a big problem with your idea, little lady: If everyone gets to decide what is moral, then nothing is immoral.
I don’t care how extreme it is, murder, rape incest, you are in no position to judge the actions of another - he must set his own moral guidelines.
Female circumcision - he must set his own moral guidelines.
White slavery - he must set his own moral guidelines.
Sharia Law - he must set his own moral guidelines.
Sweat shops - he must set his own moral guidelines.
Angelique, you ignorant slut – you have no standing to judge anyone else after all, as you ask: Who's to say what's moral and what's not?
I follow guidelines that were set down over a thousand years ago and I believe my morals are superior to yours. Therefore, I will continue to judge you as a simple-minded, troglodyte who has no moral compass other than whatever whimsical notion is striking your fancy at the moment.
That is a really stupid way to live your life.
Oops, did I make another judgment?