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    Default Universities strive for 'Christmas'-free campuses

    It's amazing how fast they are puling apart america right in front of your eyes


    Universities strive for 'Christmas'-free campuses





    The real roots of america are hide and difficult to find as you'll find them hide from search engines. These are the evidence on who we once were and the take over and corruption that you now accept as the new normal that the young take as fact.




    Harvard University was founded in 1636 with the intention of establishing a school to train Christian ministers. In accordance with that vision, Harvard’s “Rules and Precepts,” adopted in 1646, stated (original spelling and Scriptural references retained):

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    The motto of the University adopted in 1692 was “Veritas Christo et Ecclesiae” which translated from Latin means “Truth for Christ and the Church.
    This phrase was embedded on a shield as shown to the right, and can be found on many buildings around campus including the Widener library, Memorial Church, and various dorms in Harvard Yard. Interestingly, the top two books on the shield are face up while the bottom book is face down. This symbolizes the limits of reason, and the need for God’s revelation. With the secularization of the school, the current shield now contains only the word “Veritas” with three open books.


    hmm, wonder if anyone who walks the halls of Harvard even know this.
    This is not an isolated to just Harvard

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    Default Re: Universities strive for 'Christmas'-free campuses

    Early American universities
    Harvard (1636) was the first university in the United States. It was founded by Christians to train clergy. Most of the first universities in this country were founded the same way.


    106 of the first 108 colleges were started on the Christian faith. By the close of 1860 there were 246 colleges in America. Seventeen of these were state institutions; almost every other one was founded by Christian denominations or by individuals who avowed a religious purpose.

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    Default Re: Universities strive for 'Christmas'-free campuses

    and no centralized government to make it happen

 

 

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