The University of Edinburgh now plans to ban the Bible -- from distribution in the dorms at least. As The Times [London] reports:
Edinburgh University is set to ban Bibles from its student halls of residence amid concern that the Holy Book is "discriminatory" and makes students of other faiths feel unwelcome.
The move is the result of protests from the students' association and is being considered in an effort to pursue a policy of "evenly supporting all faiths", a university spokesman said yesterday.
To quote Dana Carvey once again, “Well isn’t that special.” The university students at Edinburgh must be protected from the truth claims of ancient Scripture.
If objective truth shows up at the modern university it must be quickly banned. TOLERANCE insists on the banning of Scripture. But of course.