In another “of course he did” moment, Tim Keller has sent well-wishes to the new atheist appointed to the head of Harvard, begging the question of what it means to “wish him well?”
Keller, as the founder of The Gospel Coalition and cultural Marxist extraordinaire, has a long history of saying mystifying things, such as when his church called for more same-sex intimacy in churches, said that if you have white skin, the bible says you’re involved in injustice, trashed the Social Justice and the Gospel Statement, endorsed the notion of a “gay Christian,” affirmed Christians have “liberty of conscience” to vote for pro-abortion Democrats, and explained that Christians will be purged from government and schools and that they brought it on themselves.
In fact, he’s usually so bad and distinctive in his wrongness, that we created a Tweet Generator about him.
In his role as head of the chaplains, Epstein, who himself served as the humanist chaplain for 15 years, will seek to coordinate nearly 40 chaplains below him representing 20 different religions, ensuring that these pagans have success in deepening and passing on their blasphemous religious teachings to their students.
Furthermore, Epstein himself mentors dozens of students, and in his role will continue to give them advice in ungodly ideologies, such as the advice he gave Adelle Goldenberg, a 22-year-old student as reported in the New York Times, who reveals:
“He showed me that it’s possible to find community outside a traditional religious context, that you can have the value-add religion has provided for centuries, which is that it’s there when things seem chaotic.”
Wooo! Congrats on being able to do more of that…congratulations on how ‘well’ that’s going.
We’ve no illusions that Harvard is a bastion of Christian faith or anything like that, but it’s one thing to wish someone well at a secular job, and it’s another thing when religion and the offense of false religions to the Lord come into play. We also would never wish that an atheist has any success in his role as the head of chaplains. We don’t want the other religious chaplains to have a calm, productive and serene time, but rather have a chaotic mess of confusion and difficulty so that their job is harder to do, and so they won’t have smooth sailing when it comes to the religious instruction of their adherents.
Congrats and “well wishes?”
We don’t think so.
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