George Washington University is apparently doing it’s utmost to ensure that they behave nothing like their namesake.

The school is holding an event, just four days after Easter, to help expose the horrible, awful, no-good rottenness of “Christian privilege”

Would this “privilege” be referring to the wonderful experience of having your business shut down for expressing your First Amendment rights and not baking a gay wedding cake?

via The College Fix:

The April 5 diversity workshop is titled “Christian Privilege: But Our Founding Fathers Were All Christian, Right?!”

Hosted by the university’s Multicultural Student Services Center, the event will teach that Christians enjoy a privileged, easier life than their non-Christian counterparts, and that Christians possess “built-in advantages” today, according to its online description.

The workshop will also discuss how Christians receive “unmerited perks from institutions and systems all across our country.”

The “Christian Privilege” workshop is one of 15 “free training opportunities” offered through the center to “equip students and staff with the necessary skills to promote diversity and inclusion in the different environments,” according to its website.

The folks who are putting this workshop on are apparently not up on current events, because if they were, they’d know this idea of “Christian privilege” is just make believe, like a myth or fantasy.

In today’s politically charged, liberal dominated culture, Christians are persecuted almost nonstop for living out their beliefs in the real world or expressing their views on social media.

Businesses have been ruined by folks who don’t respect the religious beliefs of others and Christian groups on college campuses are sometimes banned simply because they adhere to biblical morals and traditional values.

In fact, this whole workshop is itself singling out a religion and more or less slandering its adherents as being racist.

It’s highly unlikely those putting on the event will recognize this irony.


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