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Opinion / Religion - September 25, 2023

“University” was accurately descriptive in a prior era. Our higher educational institutions these days need another descriptor. Perhaps a newly invented one would be appropriate. How about “Divisiversity”? A place so diverse and sensitive where knowledge is shared not to make good sense of it all or unify, but where info is used to indoctrinate what is nonsensical, causing inevitable divisiveness in future leaders placed in positions of power and persuasion. So, instead of KU it becomes more honestly KD-Kansas Divisiversity. Now, the Ivy League would effectively have the biggest Ds because they leave bigger footprints behind while stomping what is good with each new class of indoctrinated students, full of Wokeism, Marxism, CRT, transgenderism, climatism and other very destructive gobbledygookisms. When the LORDGOD and His Word, the language of Truth, are no longer welcome, there can be no University truthfully achieved. Maybe the Ivy League needs renamed the Serpent League, or the League of Apple’s Firstbite. The current situation is so unnecessary, but necessarily a consequence when LORDGOD and His language of Truth are disinvited. Romans 1 stuff. Nothing new. Old as sin. Good thing truth is older than time and always ready. Turn to the Truth and things will be righted eventually. We need SAVIOR JESUS!

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