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Sep 20 2019

Union Theological Seminary: Confess to Plants

They don’t make seminaries like they did back in the days before moonbattery began to twist and pervert every aspect of culture into farce. Here’s a message from the Union Theological Seminary, a nondenominational nominally Christian seminary in Manhattan that is affiliated with infamously moonbatty Columbia University:

A Twitter thread explaining this bizarre service asks the timeless question,

Because plants aren’t capable of verbal response, does that mean we shouldn’t engage with them?

Monica Gagliano, the New York Times’ conception of a scientist, would regard the question to be a no-brainer.

Despite ridicule, Union Theological Seminary — known for wallowing in progressive theology that includes environmentalism, Afrocentrism (aka black theology), feminism (aka womanist theology), anticapitalism, “decoloniality,” et cetera — is not backing down from its absurdity:

Responding to a query from The College Fix, campus spokesman Benjamin Perry wrote via email: “There’s been much discussion online about a Union chapel this week, in which the Union community was asked to engage with the plants, soil, rocks, birds, trees in our lives: confessing harm, hope, love, gratitude…It was a beautiful, moving ritual.”

Take time to engage with the plants and rocks in your life. It can be very beautiful and moving.

There is nothing that moonbattery cannot corrupt, erode, and reduce to a tasteless joke, including religion.

At least the Institute on Religion & Democracy seems to be holding out against progressive decay for now. Its Anglican Program Director Jeff Walton comments on the antics at Union Theological Seminary:

“I’m receptive to general revelation – a concept that the natural world testifies to the existence of God. But Union is embracing a form of pantheism. If the seminary was specifically Christian, it would point people to Jesus Christ rather than to the houseplant aisle at Home Depot.”

On a tip from Guy B.



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