Don't give a penny to Indiana University's "For All" Bicentennial Capital Campaign...

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If Indiana University is the alma mater (lit. "nursing mother"), not just of her students, but also the town and county that surround her, it's time to bite the hand that feeds us.

Living in Sodom and Gomorrah can inure us to wickedness, so in the interest of waking God's people up...

Indiana University's latest president, Michael McRobbie (pictured), just announced a capital campaign on the occasion of IU's bicentennial. The announcement was made at a "celebration" held at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. There a large gift was also announced to spur on the campaign. President McRobbie and his fellow administrators set their goal at $2.5 billion...

Yes, you read that right: $2,500,000,000.

The gift announced was $20,000,000 given by David Jacobs, the man whose father (also David Jacobs) was honored recently by IU renaming its music school the Jacobs School of Music. This new name was the quo for $40,000,000 quid given several years ago by the Jacobs family.

So who is this living David Jacobs being feted by President McRobbie?

A moral pervert—this is the sort of man Indiana University loves to name things after. Take, for instance, our world-famous Kinsey Institute filled with the pornography and data which is the legacy of a professor who made a name for himself by sweet talking men because they had committed sexual crimes against children. Like Bill Cosby, there are victims ready to testify.

Jacobs School of Music Dean Gwyn Richards is positively gushing about living David Jacobs:

Our relationship with David is, by far, his greatest gift to us. His desire to support our mission is only surpassed by his generosity of spirit. This exceptional gift places within our reach aspirational goals we have in performance, pedagogy and scholarship. Beyond his extraordinary generosity, David is truly an inspiration through his leadership, passion and partnership with the school.

After twenty-three years living in the shadow of the IU school of music and ministering to the young men and women she tries to consume sexually and spiritually, it would please me if, in connection with the enterprise, we could please put the word 'passion' to rest. To speak of "passion" in connection with the IU school of music is kind of like trying to eat bacon in a pigsty. You can't help associating the taste in your mouth with the smell up your nostrils.

Jacob The Son's commitment to IU is further explained:

Jacobs attended the Jacobs School of Music in the early 1970s... In addition to the Jacobs School of Music, Jacobs has supported several programs at IU, including the ...IU Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Alumni Association, the Maurer School of Law and the Kinsey Institute.

There you have it. This man being lauded by Hoosiers' own university announces himself as the benefactor of the museum of sexual wickedness at the heart of Indiana University which, from its inception, has been associated with the sort of crimes against children that brought the world's disgust and hatred raining down on Jerry Sandusky, leading to the firing of Penn State's football coach, "Jopa" Paterno, and the resignation of Penn State's president, Graham Spanier.

So just how is it that Indiana University continues to host the Kinsey Institute and to celebrate the gifts of moral perverts like David Jacobs given to fund this institute which is drowning in a legacy of child rape and torment?

You say you don't think a man known for his patronage of gross sexual perversion should be called a "pervert" himself?

Really. If a man chooses to build his reputation as the patron of an institution that exists to keep the flame burning for a sexual pervert named Alfred Kinsey, is that man not a pervert himself? If a man wants to be known as the benefactor of an association of men and women that exists to promote every worst sort of sexual perversion, is that man not a pervert himself? Brothers and sisters in Christ, ought we not tremble at the thought of God's wrath against our state and city, and then speak truthfully against the men shaking their fists against God to great fanfare, pomp, and circumstance?

Jacobs The Son exhorts us to join him in "making a difference in the world":

Indiana University, and particularly the music school, gave me a community. I feel fortunate for those relationships and it is rewarding to give back. I hope other friends and alumni who are able to do so will also rise to the challenges and exciting opportunities presented by this ambitious campaign. Collectively, we have the ability to make a difference in the world on a scale like never before.

Yes, I agree. There is some collective ability among us, but I'd propose that collective ability be turned to removing all taxpayer funding from our university until they shut down the Kinsey Institute, the board of trustees issue a public apology for the decades of tolerance of Alfred Kinsey in our midst both in person and in name, and the statue of Kinsey's most faithful patron and protector, Herman Wells, be removed.

President McRobbie believes he can solicit gifts from Jacobs the Son and his friends in the amount of $2.5 billion. This money can be repurposed to keep IU going for five years of no taxpayer dollars coming from we the people. Why should we continue to give these immoral men $500,000,000 a year from our own state treasury when they have so obviously betrayed our trust by leading our sons and daughters to Hell?

Good question, isn't it? I've heard Governor Mike Pence is a Christian. Maybe he can seize this bull by its horns?

Tim Bayly

Tim serves Clearnote Church, Bloomington, Indiana. He and Mary Lee have five children and big lots of grandchildren.

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