Skip to comments.Texas College Campus Divided Over Bible for Porn Campaign
Posted on 03/02/2010 8:11:27 AM PST by camerongood210
A Texas college campus is locked in a fierce debate after a group of students launched the "smut for smut" campaign, trading bibles and other religious texts for porn, MyFoxSanAntonio.com reported.
Atheist students at the University of Texas at San Antonio announced that any student over the age of 18 will receive pornographic materials if they trade in religious materials, according to MyFoxSanAntonio.com.
Leaders of this atheist campaign allege that porn is no worse than what's written in religious texts.
A university spokesman says that this controversial cause is completely legal, though he admits a majority of the students on campus do not agree with it, according to MyFoxSanAntonio.com.
The group will continue its activities on campus through the middle of the week, according to the site.
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Muslims will be..........?
What in the hell is the purpose of this campaign by the atheists, other than maligning Christianity?
What a nasty and mean-spirited thing to do!
I agree. I hope there is a Christian group on campus doing the exact opposite...trading porn for bibles.
The Christian students should stay as far away from this circus as possible and not become involved. The students engaging in this stunt will have plenty to answer for at a later time. They might think this is clever but, someday soon, they will realize they made a tragic mistake.
They said that they would keep the Bibles for “research” or donate them to bookstores. Doesn’t sound like they really have a plan (publicly) of what to do with them.
Would Newsweak give a Rat’s a** if they flushed them down the loo?
Bibles and phonebooks don’t typically bring much money at used bookstores. Better follow the papertrail (so to speak) to confirm that the bibles don’t eventually wind up in the trash.
Two points here. First, the flyers are a lot cheaper than any porn items so the atheists will have spent a fairly large amount and gotten in return just a few phony fliers. Lots of money spent on little return. The other point is that the flyers are not flyers that deal with G-d, but this notion of Gaia, mother earth. That is not what they want but they should be made to live up to their word.
Give out Bibles in exchange for Das Kapital and Mein Kampf and Mao’s Little Red book.
There was another thread on this...actually, they say they are accepting Korans, Bibles, or any other “holy text.”
I wonder if I walked up there with a copy of “Rules for Radicals” and told them it was our President’s holiest book, would they give me some free pr0n in exchange? How about if I told them I was a neo-Nazi and handed them a copy of “Mein Kampf?”
Toilet paper for korans.
Bibles are mass produced, and they are destroyed in mass. So long as they conveyed the word of God to those who would choose to accept the sacrifice of Jesus the Christ for their sins, they performed their intended function.
And I believe that they said they will accept any “Holy text” for porn. Koran included. Of course not much difference, as the “Paradise” described in the Koran sounds like a Larry Flint fantasy.
Don’t the peddlars of smut have to have a special license/permit to do so AND stay a certain distance from schools???
I’m speechless about this blatant peddling of smut on a campus!
These are dumb, empty-headed college KIDS trying to act smart with their newfound ‘intellectualism’ they’ve discovered now that they are in college. -You know... the place where they no longer have to HIDE their porn like they did last year in their parents’ homes.
It’s a college campus, adults attend.
So are the atheists making a moral judgement that the porn is smut? And they are providing it to others in a promotion? What does this say of the character of fundamentalist atheists?
Yeah, I too wonder how they are allowed to peddle porn on campus. It should not be permitted, but one reason it may be allowed is under the guise of “free speech”.
The atheist libs never fail to surprise me in how low they will go.
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