I’m often not publically critical of my Christian brothers and sisters, but in this case, I feel I must say this: In these times of uncertainty, high unemployment and people hurting due to poor economic conditions, I find it repulsive that Christian schools would spend millions on what is, essentially, little more than trophies that feed school pride. Sorry, but when I read this story, I was stunned. Let the State of Israel keep their scrolls and fly over to look at them if you wish, but don’t spend God’s monies on something like this. The donors should know better and the school presidents should know better too. This is poor stewardship wrapped in school pride.
Bill English, CEO