Censorship of Controversial Cartoons Is Wrong

People say ridiculous and offensive things about Christianity everyday. But we live in a pluralistic world, where we must learn to agree to disagree.

Yale University Press’ decision to not publish controversial cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed is counterproductive.

Reza Aslan is right on in today’s New York Times: ““This is an academic book for an academic audience by an academic press. It’s not just academic cowardice, it is just silly and unnecessary.”

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