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    Quote Originally Posted by Just1More View Post
    Speaking of phrases... someone left me an odd post rating. They gave me a "red dot"... but then added "Good For You". That seemed odd. They give me a "red dot"... but put "GFY". Why would they tell me "Good For You"... under a red dot?

    That was their entire comment... GFY - obviously the acronym for "Good For You" - but they left no username so that I could thank them for the encouraging words.
    Great Fellow, You?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cajunhawk View Post
    Football funded by bored grannies hoodwinked by a snake-oil salesman?
    If you can tap into that market. Apparently they send you all of their money and all you have to do is pray for them. Also you can do pretty much anything shady and you are forgiven. Hell of a business model. You see the house that God bought for Osteen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragin4U View Post
    If you can tap into that market. Apparently they send you all of their money and all you have to do is pray for them. Also you can do pretty much anything shady and you are forgiven. Hell of a business model. You see the house that God bought for Osteen?
    God wants us to have a competitive FBS Football team, so that he can spread the word to all the heathens who imbibe alcohol and drugs while watching football games. God is looking out for you, because if these degenerates watch their team lose, they will get angry and invade your home looking for violent retribution. God doesn't want you to be beaten within an inch of your life by college football hooligans. Send all the money you can spare to the 700 Club Athletic Foundation. God bless you."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    Problem is you have no idea what a wacko prof might be teaching at Cal Berkley. Not until some niblet leaks out. It's a free for all. Parents have no idea what their kids will come out thinking.

    I think Liberty's time frame is off by give or take a few billion years but their curriculum is easy to attack and pinpoint because of its consistency.
    Actually, we do have a decent idea of what they are teaching. The curriculum in colleges aren't nearly as strict as in high schools, but they still exist. Before a professor teaches a course the syllabus, textbooks, teaching materials, etc. need to be approved by department chairs and state education boards, not to mention oversight from accreditation organizations. This institutional oversight keeps professors from going rogue and teaching wackadoodle things, even if they hold some wackadoodle beliefs.

    Again, the problem with Liberty is that their wackadoodle beliefs are institutionalized. It is hard to overstate just how wackadoodle it is to say the earth is only 6,000 years old and how it ruins so much of their credibility as a university.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunRebel View Post
    Actually, we do have a decent idea of what they are teaching. The curriculum in colleges aren't nearly as strict as in high schools, but they still exist. Before a professor teaches a course the syllabus, textbooks, teaching materials, etc. need to be approved by department chairs and state education boards, not to mention oversight from accreditation organizations. This institutional oversight keeps professors from going rogue and teaching wackadoodle things, even if they hold some wackadoodle beliefs.

    Again, the problem with Liberty is that their wackadoodle beliefs are institutionalized. It is hard to overstate just how wackadoodle it is to say the earth is only 6,000 years old and how it ruins so much of their credibility as a university.
    That is wackadoodle. Nearly as wackadoodle as teaching there are more than two genders.

    Wackadoodle is fun to type.

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    Ideally, students leave school with the ability to think, not just blindly follow the pack. Ideally, they learn that others have their own ideas and they can discuss those ideas without being called libtard, GOPazi, snowflake, etc. Ideally, they leave understanding that if your argument begins with denigration, you've already lost. Ideally, they graduate equipped to make the world a better place than the one they entered, for everyone. Ideally.


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    Quote Originally Posted by charliek View Post
    That is wackadoodle. Nearly as wackadoodle as teaching there are more than two genders.

    Wackadoodle is fun to type.
    Not sure what you mean by gender but you could research Klinefelter's and Turners syndromes. Interesting stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunRebel View Post
    Actually, we do have a decent idea of what they are teaching. The curriculum in colleges aren't nearly as strict as in high schools, but they still exist. Before a professor teaches a course the syllabus, textbooks, teaching materials, etc. need to be approved by department chairs and state education boards, not to mention oversight from accreditation organizations. This institutional oversight keeps professors from going rogue and teaching wackadoodle things, even if they hold some wackadoodle beliefs.

    Again, the problem with Liberty is that their wackadoodle beliefs are institutionalized. It is hard to overstate just how wackadoodle it is to say the earth is only 6,000 years old and how it ruins so much of their credibility as a university.
    6,000 is nuts its not Bible based.

    Semi knowledge in the wrong hands can be dangerous, but 6,000 is not dangerous.

    UL's Professor Whitmire and his Planet X theories in the wrong hands (minds) can be dangerous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    6,000 is nuts its not Bible based.

    Semi knowledge in the wrong hands can be dangerous, but 6,000 is not dangerous.

    UL's Professor Whitmire and his Planet X theories in the wrong hands (minds) can be dangerous.
    Adding up the ages in the Bible gets you to about 6500 years. Teaching that as science IS dangerous.

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    Right now the state of California passed a law that you could be jailed for not using a person's preferred gender pronoun. Should we avoid playing any schools from California because they are insane?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragin4U View Post
    Ideally, students leave school with the ability to think, not just blindly follow the pack. Ideally, they learn that others have their own ideas and they can discuss those ideas without being called libtard, GOPazi, snowflake, etc. Ideally, they leave understanding that if your argument begins with denigration, you've already lost. Ideally, they graduate equipped to make the world a better place than the one they entered, for everyone. Ideally.
    Good post.

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    Serious question. If you determine gender by chromosomes, what gender is a person whose genetic makeup is XO, XXX, XYY or XXY?

    I'm not sure about the CA law, but that sounds ridiculous. Of course there are a plethora of ridiculous laws around the country.


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    Quote Originally Posted by charliek View Post
    Right now the state of California passed a law that you could be jailed for not using a person's preferred gender pronoun. Should we avoid playing any schools from California because they are insane?
    You're talking about a political issue here. It's completely irrelevant to the discussion.

    More whataboutism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragin4U View Post
    Ideally, students leave school with the ability to think, not just blindly follow the pack. Ideally, they learn that others have their own ideas and they can discuss those ideas without being called libtard, GOPazi, snowflake, etc. Ideally, they leave understanding that if your argument begins with denigration, you've already lost. Ideally, they graduate equipped to make the world a better place than the one they entered, for everyone. Ideally.
    Since this thread is about Liberty....do you think they have a particular monopoly on preventing that from happening? There are colleges all over that can't abide having a conservative speaker on campus. Schools that have "free speech zones", as if the whole country isn't already one of those. There are many schools now where if your views don't fall in line with the current liberal dogma you are silenced. Should we not play those schools in football either? Since they don't, by any means, do what you described above. Why is Liberty's particular brand of insanity worse than these others?

    Genuine question. Where does our judgment of an acceptable football opponent stop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunRebel View Post
    You're talking about a political issue here. It's completely irrelevant to the discussion.

    More whataboutism.
    It is completely relevant. What they are doing is insane. And totalitarian. And much of it is originated and propagated from the universities there. Why would we want to associate our university with it? It's EXACTLY the same. It's just not YOUR pet issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charliek View Post
    That is wackadoodle. Nearly as wackadoodle as teaching there are more than two genders.

    Wackadoodle is fun to type.
    Those are perfectly fine with him. You will never hear him speak out about those, just those wackadoodle religious institutions. 🚻

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragin4U View Post
    Adding up the ages in the Bible gets you to about 6500 years. Teaching that as science IS dangerous.
    I can easily be swayed by the danger application, even though I don't need one to know 6,000 is inaccurate.

    "Day" is an indeterminate period of time "in my day" that was so.

    I have a short attention span but even a cursory reading as far as Genesis 1:2 shows that Earth was already in existence prior the epic periods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charliek View Post
    It is completely relevant. What they are doing is insane. And totalitarian. And much of it is originated and propagated from the universities there. Why would we want to associate our university with it? It's EXACTLY the same. It's just not YOUR pet issue.
    You are correct, that is why our President doesn't care what his peers in the SBC think. Like them, he doesn't believe in diversity of thought, just in diversity of skin color.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charliek View Post
    It is completely relevant. What they are doing is insane. And totalitarian. And much of it is originated and propagated from the universities there. Why would we want to associate our university with it? It's EXACTLY the same. It's just not YOUR pet issue.
    So what exactly is your claim here so we can be clear? That every single university in California lobbied the Ca. state legislature to pass a law that throws citizens in jail for using an incorrect pronoun?

    Do you have a source that any of this actually happened?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunRebel View Post
    So what exactly is your claim here so we can be clear? That every single university in California lobbied the Ca. state legislature to pass a law that throws citizens in jail for using an incorrect pronoun?

    Do you have a source that any of this actually happened?
    My claim is that it is that you are suggesting we use something besides athletic standing to choose a football opponent. In this case you are suggesting that their views on creation are so out of wack that we shouldn't associate our university with the school. I'm saying that that could be applied all sorts of ways. FOR INSTANCE we could say that the University of California won't allow honest debate on campus...no football, you guys are totalitarians. Or we won't play ANY public schools from California because the state passes unconstitutional laws restricting freedom. We don't want to be associated with that.

    OR we could pick our football opponents from the pool of NCAA approved member schools based on how they can help our program grow. Now on that basis, I don't particularly want to play Liberty. But to not want to play them because of some foolish theories being taught....that's a pretty slippery slope.

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