Babbling Bethel: Sorry Christians, But Your Bible Fails "Inclusive Language" Standards at "Evangelical" College
Eric Owens reports at the Daily Caller:
An evangelical Christian university in Minnesota is encouraging its professors to stop using words with masculine connotations -- such as "man" and "mankind" -- because those words aren't sufficiently "inclusive."
That institution would be Bethel University in St. Paul (who was a male, by the way). There's much more to the story, and you can read the entire news report here.
Meanwhile, a little application: If you want to learn how the God who created human language in the first place just couldn't get his Scripture pronouns right -- and to pay $46,550 annually for tuition, fees, room and meals for that amazing spiritual enlightenment and advance in "our Christian witness" -- then Bethel University could be just the comfy Nirvana you're looking for.
Meanwhile, Part 2: Secularists of the world -- Relax. With Christians and universities like this -- no worries. Just nudge them along nice and easy. Show them a little hate, then a little love. They can't wait to fall into line. They're begging for your discipleship program.