Why some people should not be professors

And, when I say “some” people, I mean knuckle draggers like this

After quoting a popular Bible verse to back up his assertion about the tenets of Christianity in his college essay, a student at Rutgers University-New Brunswick says he was told to avoid quoting Bible verses in academic papers because of the “separation of church and state” and the potential to offend non-Christians.

Separation of church and state? Was this professor dropped on her head numerous times as a child? The first amendment clearly states that Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion. So, what this professor is saying is that the student is actually Congress and his opinion is, somehow, a law!

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