March 06, 2019

Anti-Christian response to bringing Chick-fil-A to campus leads professor to resign post

Rob ShimshockRebel Contributor

Students at Rider University wanted to bring the famously closed on Sunday Chick-fil-A to their New Jersey campus, and now Dean of Business Cynthia Newman is resigning her post in response to an anti-Christian follow-up by the administration.

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commented 2019-03-06 22:48:59 -0500
Doug Maenpaa:
I agree. Though I admire her for what she did, she would have had a stronger influence had she remained in a position of authority. There are too few Christians in positions where they can make a difference, eventually.
Doesn’t stop her from voicing her opinion.
commented 2019-03-06 18:38:24 -0500
95 days with no signs of a hammer falling.
commented 2019-03-06 17:55:00 -0500
I admire the Lady Professor , but I think you need to stay in the fight.

Its a sickening thing to see all this anti-Christian “groupthink” on display at once regarded institutions of higher learning.