College Professors Are More Likely to Believe ‘Ten Commandments are Irrelevant Today,

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  1. Revmitchell

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    ...........“When we filtered all those other impacts that might influence the way you might answer that question and just looked at the impact of being a teacher in college, we found that there were six propositions that (teaching at a college) had a significant statistical influence on. Number one was, ‘America corrupts otherwise good people.’

    “Being a college teacher made them more likely to agree with that proposition,” Brake added.

    Likewise, professors were also more likely than other Americans to agree with the statement: "The Ten Commandments are irrelevant for today." ........

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    Duh!!! What do you expect from a majority who are nothing but bed wetting liberals sitting in their ivory tower pontificating to the rest of us lower forms of life?
     
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    From the url:

    “(Do you agree or disagree): America corrupts otherwise good people.”

    "Good people" is not a Christian concept. It is a humanist concept. WE know that the best we can say is that some are less evil than others.
     

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