Florida Atlantic University The “stomp on Jesus” Class Called “Intercultural Communication”….

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Why not write Muhammad on a piece of paper throw it on the floor and stomp on it?

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That was my “Intercultural Communication”….

Florida Atlantic University The “stomp on Jesus” Class Called “Intercultural Communication”….

I read about this story last week and was waiting to see what “official” position the university took.   A College professor, Dr. Deandre Poole told students to write the name  “Jesus” on a piece of paper and throw it on the ground to stomp on it.

Not surprisingly one student took exception, refused, complained and was then suspended.

The school initially said this:

[...]  Dr. Poole was conducting a classroom exercise from a textbook entitled “Intercultural Communication: A Contextual Approach, 5th Edition” and released this statement to CBS12: ”Faculty and students at academic institutions pursue knowledge and engage in open discourse. While at times the topics discussed may be sensitive, a university environment is a venue for such dialogue and debate.”  Read more…

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4 Responses to Florida Atlantic University The “stomp on Jesus” Class Called “Intercultural Communication”….

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  2. upaces88 says:

    What a WEAK excuse! WHOEVER allowed this should be chastised and fired!

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