During the two years RC Sproul Jr. taught university freshman English it became clear that many of his students had succumbed to the sickness of postmodernism. But Sproul was ready with a cure for their disease. In a 2006 speech he recounted how he administered the cure to one student:
“[A] student in the back blurted out, ‘There’s no such thing as objective truth.’ Just like that.
“And I said to him ‘you get an F in this class for this semester’ and then I went back to the conversation we were having. And, of course, in the corner of my eye I could see his blood pressure rising, and his face getting redder and redder. And he’s holding his hand up.
“‘Yes what is it?’
“What do you think he said? ‘That’s not fair!’
“I strung him along a little longer. I said, ‘I’m sorry. You must have misunderstood…
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