Seminary students who don't write...

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(Tim, w/thanks to Ethan) The Chronicle of Higher Education ran a profile of a man who earns his living writing papers for students. He earns more than $60,000 a year and has this to say about his clients who are seminary students:

I do a lot of work for seminary students. I like seminary students. They seem so blissfully unaware of the inherent contradiction in paying somebody to help them cheat in courses that are largely about walking in the light of God and providing an ethical model for others to follow. I have been commissioned to write many a passionate condemnation of America's moral decay as exemplified by abortion, gay marriage, or the teaching of evolution. All in all, we may presume that clerical authorities see these as a greater threat than the plagiarism committed by the future frocked.