It was a week ago that Franklin Graham, CEO of Samaritan’s Purse and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, called out the University of Tennessee-Knoxville for having a “sex week” on campus.
The evangelist asked people to tell Chancellor Beverly Davenport what they think of using a publicly funded campus for such events.
“Email your concerns to the university chancellor’s office at firstname.lastname@example.org,” he asked, in response to events such as “queer history,” “queer theory,” “trans sex positivity,” “art gallery – send nudes” and many more that should not be mentioned in a family publication.
And while Davenport has declined to respond to both emails and telephone messages from WND, the comments still are flooding Graham’s Facebook page.
“Amen Bro. Graham,” Judy Scarbrough wrote on Thursday in response to Graham’s condemnation of the activities as “promoting sin.”
“And we wonder why our children are eating tide pods,” wrote Shelia Cowart.
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