The Point: Exposing the Anti-Christian Media

After media outlets lost their minds over Karen Pence teaching at a place where students and teachers aren’t allowed to engage in sexual immorality, I wondered aloud if the Eye of Sauron was now locked in on Christian schools. A few days later, the chilling hashtag “#ExposeChristianSchools” was trending on Twitter.

Now New York Times writer Dan Levin is asking Twitter users: “Are you in your 20s . . .  went to a Christian school? I’d like to hear about your experience and its impact on your life.”

Levin says he’s looking for both the good and the bad, but it’s hard not to expect anything other than an imminent New York Times story on the horrors of Christian schools, demanding government oversight and revocation of tax benefits if they fail to conform to progressive orthodoxy, especially on LGBT issues.

But since he asked, let’s give him stories. Come to, click on this commentary, and I’ll tell you how to email Levin with your experiences.



The New York Times’ Anti-Christian Crusade
  • Rod Dreher | The American Conservative | January 24, 2019

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