Jon McNaughton’s painting “One Nation Under God” (pictured) is proof of the divine inspiration of God’s hand in the writing of the Constitution of the United States, but not all of those so called amendments.
Brigham Young University bookstore, the newly ordained bastion of liberal malaise and Satan’s salad bar for books on bestiality, evolution, communism, socialism, historical mis-interpretations and multiple partner sexual congress has bowed down to so called “negative feedback” by the liberal hate machine. The store will no longer offer McNaughton’s most famous painting in poster form for students to adorn their dormitory rooms.
“The primary focus of the bookstore is to sell religious art” said one bookstore representative.
McNaughton’s blog had strong words for the censorship and Satan’s newest playground.
I have a simple question for BYU…what in the heck is going on over there?! I am an artist who has sold his work at the BYU Bookstore for many years. But in light of recent events, I cannot in good conscious show my art there any longer.
Why is this painting, which is supported by church doctrine, (D&C 101:80) such a taboo image to display at BYU? Why censor a painting like this? Is it pornographic? Does it incite civil unrest? No. Go look around the bookstore, you’ll find far more provocative political books than my paintings. The problem in our country today is that many Americans won’t stand up for something if it makes them “uncomfortable.”
Why is this so called “Christian university” is hosting a CHARLES DARWIN BICENTENIAL celebration? The University has published an open invitation to the public.
For those of you who live close enough to BYU, come join us for Charles Darwin Bicentennial Week at BYU 1809-2009. It is the 200th anniversary of his birth and the 150 anniversary of the publication of The Origin of Species.
The University is also hosting a showing of the filth SICKO by well known communist and social justice imp, Michael Moore.
The hardest slap in the face comes from within the halls of learning from BYU Professor Bill Bradshaw who is acting like the homo gay pied piper, leading students across the Gay Gateway with his series of lectures, “The Evidence For A Biological Origin For Homosexuality”.
It is clear the University priorities are on other messages than the divine inspiration of Jesus in the Constitution. For McNaughton, and others it means they will no longer see BYU as Christian.