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FL College Bans Passion of the Christ, Allows F**king for Jesus (moved from ATSNN)

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posted on Jan, 20 2005 @ 11:31 PM
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The Indian River Community College in Florida prohibited a Christian student group from screening Mel Gibson's film The Passion of the Christ saying it bans all R-rated films from being shown on campus; however the school admits it allowed the R-rated film Welcome to Sarajevo to be shown at college-sponsored event last year. The college also approved a skit entitled F**cking for Jesus to be performed on campus.
 



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Florida’s Indian River Community College (IRCC), which recently prohibited Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" from being shown on campus, has admitted that last year it approved a screening of the R-rated documentary film "Welcome to Sarajevo" at a college-sponsored event.

This information contradicts the college’s claim to have banned all R-rated movies – an unwritten policy that it used to justify its decision to prohibit the Christian Student Fellowship (CSF) from screening "The Passion of the Christ."

The college also admitted that it allowed a skit called "F**king for Jesus" to be performed on campus. The college now says that permission was a breakdown of procedure.


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Anti-Christian bias on college campuses continues to worsen. The double standard of allowing a Christian-bashing skit with and obscene name to be performed while banning a Christian student group from showing a film depicting the last days of Jesus is appalling to me. The left professes that they are for free speech but it is apparent that the only speech they think deserves freedom is their own.

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