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Knock, Knock, Knockin' on Heaven's Door - Week 1


"What Will Heaven Be Like!"

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  1. please click on the link below titled "Attachment".
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1 comment (Add your own)

1. Sabre wrote:
, is it? No, but claiming that the first amnnmdeet question, in this situation, can be discussed as completely unrelated to tenure, which is of course a central issue for academic freedom, doesn't really leave you with many other alternatives. Perhaps you could clarify.You've completely ignored my argument, even after I put it in your terms, that the establishment clause of the first amnnmdeet is also at play here. From the institution's perspective, the perception of advocating any particular religion at a state university is problematic for not only the continued existence of the religion department, but the university as a whole. It isn't the price of a teaching contract that they should be worried about. This is also where tenure comes into play as I've stated above.Rather than choosing to actually engage the argument you've decided to correct my spelling and rant about the commercialization of public universities. Sad, indeed.

Tue, October 13, 2015 @ 3:19 PM

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