Skip to comments.Wait. What? A University That Honors God and Country?
Posted on 04/23/2018 9:59:27 PM PDT by EliRoom8
A Christian university in the north Georgia mountains is taking a very public stand in affirmation of the U.S. Constitution and the belief that we are one nation under God.
We recognize the hand of God upon our country throughout our history, said Emir Caner, president of Truett McConnell University.
The university, affiliated with the Georgia Baptist Convention, recently held a celebration of faith and freedom featuring Fox News Channel host Oliver North and your friendly neighborhood commentator.
It was one of the most incredible displays of patriotism I have seen in a long time complete with a moving replica of Tomb of the Unknown Soldier provided by the Exchange Club of Rome, Georgia. Weve posted some photos below taken by university photographer Jenny Gregory.
While many colleges and universities are creating safe spaces for a new generation of snowflakes, Truett McConnell put together a night to honor God and country, Caner said.
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Hillsdale college is another. You understand the US Constitution or you dont graduate.
Two former muslims?
I know two former Muslims, where I live. 🇵🇭 They are now, Christian preachers.
Emir’s brother Ergun used to be a bigshot at Liberty U. I never knew what became of him.
Love it! Kudos to this great institution!!!!
I wish I had been there. Everytime I hear the Pledge of Allegiance and hear the Star Spangled Banner I weep. I am so glad I am an American and had parents who were, too. And my family history goes back to the Revolutionary War and NOT on the Tory side..I am so proud and happy to be an American!!
As is Colorado Christian University home of the Western Conservative Union.
Beat me to it. Hillsdale is great. I love getting my monthly Imprimis.
BOTH of my granddaughters graduated from that University...one, cum laude. It’s a great school.
I went to UCLA forty-five years and HATED it. The absolute worst force-feeding of liberal ideas in my life. It was AWFUL.
“I went to UCLA forty-five years ————”
Guess you spent too much time partying.
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