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Did you say anything stupid when you were 16? Did you do anything back then that caused you embarrassment? And did you change and mature by the time you were 18?
Answer - Questions
For many of us, the answer to all these questions is yes.
In my case, I was a heavy drug user at 16, playing drums in a rock band, dropping LSD like candy, and even shooting heroin and speed.
Time - College - Follower - Jesus - Bible
By the time I was 18 and ready for college, I was a born-again follower of Jesus, had read the Bible cover to cover 5 times, memorized 4,000 verses, and preached my first sermon. The change was dramatic. I was not the teen I used to be, and I ultimately went from LSD to Ph.D.
In the case of Kyle Kashuv, though, the verbal sins he committed at the age of 16 have come back to haunt him. Yes, Harvard University has rescinded his admission based on his prior use of the “n” word, at age 16.
Kashuv - Prominence - Survivors - Parkland - Shooting
Kashuv came to national prominence as an outspoken conservative who was one of the survivors of the tragic Parkland shooting. And he has apologized in the clearest terms for his “idiotic” behavior as a 16-year-old, demonstrating absolutely no hint of racism since he had been under public scrutiny following the school massacre.
Harvard, however, has determined that his past behavior is so egregious that it disqualifies him from entry into their elite institute. His admission has been rescinded.
Course - Harvard - Students - Criteria - One
Of course, Harvard is free to admit or refuse students based on its own criteria. But I’m not the only one to think that something here is just not right.
Does anyone really believe that if Kashuv had bashed conservatives in derogatory ways that Harvard would have conducted this witch hunt? That if he slurred Bible-believing Christians when...
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