The leftist insanity is a never-ending downward spiral… and one of its most central ideas is the destruction of Christianity and Judeo-Christian values. They believe those values must be destroyed for the left to be able to drag down all of society.

Here’s the latest, from the Washington Times:

Students at a private college just outside Philadelphia will soon be able to take a class that “destabilizes long held assumptions” about the Christian faith called “Queering the Bible.”

Swarthmore College, founded in 1864, plans to usher in 2017 with a religious course that inculcates students with “queer and trans readings of biblical texts.” The one-credit class, first reported Friday by The College Fix, promises to deliver a “complexity of constructions of sex, gender and identity in one of the most influential literary works produced in ancient times.”

“This class destabilizes long held assumptions about what the bible — and religion — says about gender and sexuality,” a summary on the college’s website reads.

I’ve said this before, and I’ll keep saying it to any parents out there considering sending their kids to college.  Seriously count the costs and the benefits.

For example, “tuition and fees at Swarthmore College are $47,442 without financial aid. With room, board, and other fees combined, total cost of attendance is $64,363.”  But the cost is even higher, if you include the spiritual costs of professors trying to indoctrinate your kids with liberal non-sense.

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Hat Tip: Washington Times

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