Nothing should surprise us today in the universities of lower learning. Now, ‘Bible-carrying students and staff at George Mason University, take heed: You might not want to leave your copies of the Good Book sitting in classrooms unattended — because their very presence just might get documented by your school’s Bias Incident Reporting Team.
So it’s like this: In November 2019, a professor found a Bible and an accompanying CD in her classroom, the College Fix reported.
Apparently unable or unwilling to put them aside for the owner to pick up later, the professor gathered the items and then reported them to the school’s Bias Incident Reporting Team, the outlet said.
And how did the Bias Incident Reporting Team respond? The Fix said the team classified the incident as “discrimination” and “harassment” against “religion.”
Seemingly to shore up her case, the professor included photographs of the Bible in her report, the outlet said, adding that the Bias Incident Reporting Team collected the items in question. The outcome of the report wasn’t made clear.’https://www.theblaze.com/news/professor-finds-bible-in-classroom-then-notifies-schools-bias-incident-reporting-team-about-it?utm_source=theblaze-dailyPM&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Daily-Newsletter__PM%202020-11-18&utm_term=ACTIVE%20LIST%20-%20TheBlaze%20Daily%20PM