Here at Reclaiming America, we’ll never understand what would lead someone to attack an Easter Egg Hunt where the eggs are filled with verses from the Bible.
“Conservative students at the University of North Texas have been attacked for their Bible verse Easter egg hunt, with many in the campus community calling for a mass trashing and stomping of the eggs,” according to The College Fix. [emphasis added]
“The members of the UNT Young Conservatives of Texas, which organized the effort, had sought to spread a message of positivity and hope during this week, considered “Holy Week” by Christians that concludes with Easter.
“On Sunday night, members of the two-year-old campus group distributed about 250 brightly colored plastic eggs on campus with Bible verses printed inside… [emphasis added]
“…club members were attacked and vilified on online campus groups, such as on a UNT Facebook group that includes about 9,000 students, parents and alumni of the school, she said. [emphasis added]
“The backlash started with some parents on the group saying it was inappropriate to conduct the effort since not everyone on campus is Christian, and the students should have just filled the eggs with candy if they wanted to do something nice.
“But then students joined in the criticism, and took it to another level, Neidert said.
“They were trying to see who could go throw the most [eggs] away and who would stomp on the most of them,” she said.” [emphasis added]
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Conservative students attacked for their Bible verse Easter egg hunt
— The College Fix (@CollegeFix) March 30, 2021