Liberal Professor Says He Would Assassinate Jesus If He Was Sent Back In Time

Timothy Snediker Teaches Philosophy Of Religion At UC Santa Barbara And If He Had A Time Machine He Would Use It To Kill Jesus

A Twitter user, Andrew Trask, asked his followers what they would do if they were transported back in time to 2,000 years ago. All the typical and to-be-expected answers were returned to him, but one university professor, Timothy Snediker, had a disgustingly evil take on how he would use this opportunity: he would kill Jesus.

We’ve archived the post and provided a link to the record below and provided a screenshot of the tweet as well.

Timothy Snediker, a philosophy of religion professor at UC Santa Barbara, replied to Trask with the following message: “Easy, I would find and assassinate Jesus of Nazareth. Theologically speaking, it would be really important to get him before his calling and ministry begins, so that gives me roughly a decade to make it to Palestine, locate the man, and make my move. I don’t want to be the heroic Judas avant la lettre.”

After posting this reply, Snediker received what he deserved: tons of devout Christians swarming his replies and giving him a piece of their mind. Showing that he is nothing but a coward, Snediker quickly closed his account—but not before Nationalist Review managed to archive his page.

It’s no wonder that the state of higher education is in such shambles when the likes of Snediker are teaching America’s kids.

Black Lives Matter Defaces Jesus Statue In Montana, Paints Skin Brown

A statue of Jesus dedicated to WWII veterans that sits atop of a mountain resort in Montana was desecrated by members of Black Lives Matter who painted its skin brown

The statue was discovered vandalized on Monday morning at Whitefish Mountain Resort, a small resort located in Whitefish, Montana.

The statue of Jesus Christ was erected by the Knights of Columbus in order to honor World War II veterans and members of the US Army 10th Mountain Division. It’s included in the National Register of Historic Places.

Vandals tarnished the statue by painting its skin brown and placing two flags in its hands that read “Rise Up” and “#BLM”. The statue is scheduled to be repainted in its entirety, according to local news.

The resort released a statement on Monday that confirmed the statue was desecrated and said that they “strongly disapprove of vandalism.”

The Flathead National Forest was notified about the incident but could not confirm whether there was an ongoing investigation into the identities of the perpetrators.

The statue was installed in 1954 and donated to the resort by the Knights of Columbus who continue to take care of the statue today.