Anti-Christian Fascists Ban Gideon Bibles From Penn State Hotel Rooms

Meat isn’t the only thing being subjected to the progressive approach to eradication. There is also the Bible:

Penn State has removed Gideon Bibles from hotel rooms after a complaint from the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) accused the Bibles of advocating the killings of nonbelievers.

“The bible [sic] calls for killing nonbelievers, apostates, gays, ‘stubborn sons,’ and women who are not virgins on their wedding nights,” FFRF Co-President Annie Laurie Gaylor said in a statement last week. “What is obnoxious in a private hotel, however, becomes inappropriate and unconstitutional in state-run lodgings.”

A spokesperson from the university has confirmed to Campus Reform that the Bibles have been removed from individual guest rooms following an inquiry from FFRF earlier in the summer.

FFRF is a gang of militant atheists based in Madison, Wisconsin, which has set about poking its nose into other people’s business in every corner of the country to advance the progressive goal of abolishing Christianity.

Penn State is not the first school that FFRF has gotten to remove Bibles from its hotel rooms. In February, Iowa State University removed the book from its hotel rooms following a complaint from the organization.

If people will let themselves be convinced that Gideon Bibles must be removed from hotel rooms because of the allegedly objectionable content, it is hardly a stretch to foresee a nationwide ban if liberalism continues to prevail.

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You might want to keep one buried in the back yard for future use.

On a tip from Stormfax. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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