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September 12, 2006

Apparently, there is no such thing as tolerance towards Christianity

Jerry Fuhrman catches something that Icythus noted about two and a half weeks ago concerning a comic in the Cavalier Daily. Now, the CD has been known to publish many an offensive cartoon, with one even drawing the ire of much of the student body for its depiction of Mohammed, which the editors at the CD apologized for. Not so this time, only, it involves offensive cartoons towards the Christian faith. And the CD is not backing down for some reason now.
Editor-in-chief Michael Slaven says the paper will not apologize simply because someone is offended, saying newspaper policy allows cartoons to ridicule a group for it's own "opinions or actions."
Michael Slaven. Why am I not surprised?

I know as Christians, we are supposed to turn the other cheek, but for what rational reasoning do so many people ignore our concerns when they come about?