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Off topic and unbelievable: A U prez who is NOT running a daycare

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From Dr. Everett Piper, President, Oklahoma Wesleyan University:

This past week, I actually had a student come forward after a university chapel service and complain because he felt “victimized” by a sermon on the topic of 1 Corinthians 13. It appears that this young scholar felt offended because a homily on love made him feel bad for not showing love! In his mind, the speaker was wrong for making him, and his peers, feel uncomfortable.

I’m not making this up. Our culture has actually taught our kids to be this self-absorbed and narcissistic! Any time their feelings are hurt, they are the victims! Anyone who dares challenge them and, thus, makes them “feel bad” about themselves, is a “hater,” a “bigot,” an “oppressor,” and a “victimizer.”

Dr. Piper, we know you are not making it up.

It is what some of us call the precious little asshat syndrome, everywhere catered to by U’s that need the tax $$ and loan $$ to swell their administrations -0 while teaching humanities that probably shouldn’t exist, as they have no canon and no discipline.

Perhaps it needn’t be that way, but that’s what has happened.

If you’re more interested in playing the “hater” card than you are in confessing your own hate; if you want to arrogantly lecture, rather than humbly learn; if you don’t want to feel guilt in your soul when you are guilty of sin; if you want to be enabled rather than confronted, there are many universities across the land (in Missouri and elsewhere) that will give you exactly what you want, but Oklahoma Wesleyan isn’t one of them.

Oklahoma Wesleyan is not a “safe place”, but rather, a place to learn: to learn that life isn’t about you, but about others; that the bad feeling you have while listening to a sermon is called guilt; that the way to address it is to repent of everything that’s wrong with you rather than blame others for everything that’s wrong with them. This is a place where you will quickly learn that you need to grow up! More.

Readers, next time you hear from any U alumni office, forward this. No one should give a cent to any U that can’t match this.

Baby asshats don’t grow out of it by chance; they need a mugging from reality. Otherwise, they morph pretty quickly into junior jackboots.

(History note: Fascist movements, left or right, are typically full of aggrieved individuals looking for victims to land on. Don’t be one, and don’t make it worse by helping anyone else be one.)

See also: It begins in high school. What kind of jobs will the junior jackboots get when they graduate from We’ll Fix U?

Hat tip: Stephanie West Allen at Brains on Purpose

5 Replies to “Off topic and unbelievable: A U prez who is NOT running a daycare

  1. 1
    bornagain says:

    OT:

    David Limbaugh talks new book ‘The Emmaus Code’
    Nov. 10, 2015 – Inside the secrets of the Old Testament
    http://video.foxnews.com/v/460.....show-clips

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    bornagain says:

    OT:

    We Just Discovered 6 New Kinds of Brain Cells – Nov. 26, 2015
    Excerpt: Today a team of neuroscientists,, announced six altogether new types of brain cells. The neuroscientists came across these new neurons while conducting a census of brain cells in adult mice in a part of the brain called the the primary visual cortex, an area chiefly concerned with sight. The researchers credit their new insight to a recently developed method of slicing razor-thin slices of mature brain.,,,
    In their study, Jiang and his colleagues meticulously surveyed 11,000 neurons in three layers of the primary visual cortex in adult mice.? All told, they found 15 types of neurons, six of which had never before been seen or described.,,,
    For neuroscientists, tracing the absurdly complex branch-work in even just a few neurons is an insanely arduous task. Tolias says that this cell census (remember, this is just three layers of one tiny section of the brain) took three and a half years and over 200 separate imaging experiments.?
    Although we call them all neurons, your brain has an enormous menagerie of brain cells. Even if we ignore the specialized neurons that attach to our muscles or sensory organs like our eyes and tongue (and forget our brains’ helpful support cells, called glial cells) mammals like mice or humans are thought to have in excess of hundreds of flavors of so-called interneurons—brain cells that just connect with other brain cells. And today’s six new neurons fall in this class.?
    http://www.popularmechanics.co.....ain-cells/

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    bornagain says:

    OT:

    podcast – David Berlinski on Cladistics and Darwin’s Doubt
    http://www.discovery.org/multi.....oubt-pt-1/

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    Jack Jones says:

    These are sjw’s that he is referring to Denyse, they are like a rat infestation that has no place in Universities, once they are let in, then they will cause problems.

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    bornagain says:

    OT:

    Do Perceptions Happen in Your Brain? – Michael Egnor – December 1, 2015
    Excerpt: I have pointed out that many ordinary concepts in materialist neuroscience don’t hold up to scrutiny. You don’t store memories in your brain — you can’t store memories in your brain. Your mind isn’t a computer — in a very real sense it is anything but a computer. Your intellect and will are immaterial powers — they cannot be instantiated in matter at all.
    So here’s a question: Are there any other conventional materialist interpretations of neuroscience that are logically incoherent? Consider the belief that “perceptions happen in the brain.”,,,
    He (Aristotle) commented that the mind is not a passive recipient of perceptions — it actively grasps the sensible properties of objects and it does so externally — at the objects perceived.
    Remarkably, Aristotle’s simple rule of perception is consistent with experiment. The sensory experiments of Benjamin Libet, a neuroscientist at U.C. San Francisco in the mid 20th century, demonstrated that a subject perceives a sensory stimulus on the skin at the moment the skin is touched, before the stimulus reaches the brain and before full deliberative consciousness occurs. Libet was flabbergasted by this result and hypothesized that “the subjective timing of the experience is (automatically) referred backwards in time.” Yet Aristotle offered a much simpler and logically coherent explanation — the stimulus on the skin is perceived on the skin, not in the brain. Perception occurs at the location of the stimulus, not in the brain.
    Only your perception of your brain would genuinely be “in your brain,” just as your perception of the pain in your finger is in your finger, and the perception of the tree in your yard is in your yard. Your mind is not bound by location. Wherever the object is that you perceive, the location of the object is where you perceive it.
    http://www.evolutionnews.org/2.....01261.html

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