Tags » Book Banning

I Didn't Really Need Those Books Anyway.

Todd Starnes from Fox News recently reported on a charter school in California that decided to purge books…not just any books though. According to this report, the school decided to remove all books from their library that were “written by a Christian author or had a Christian message.” Nothing like a library that tells you what you are going to read. 324 more words

Toccoa Falls College

Preview: An Atrocious Biography - R. Y. Deshpande

This is a book critiquing Peter Heehs’s attempted biography The Lives of Sri Aurobindo published by the Columbia University Press, US, in May 2008.

There are any number of acceptable and authentic biographies of… 1,717 more words

India

Wednesday Witterings – Book Banning

Since last week was Banned Books Week there have been a lot of posts around the blogosphere on the subject, so I thought I’d throw in my Tuppence-worth… 320 more words

Rants And Funnies And...Other Stuff

Banning Books

Sex, drugs, and more crude content can be the hot topics of books that end up causing the book to be banned and kept from the wondering eyes of readers due to its questionable content.  478 more words

John Green's Response to The Fault in Our Stars Being Banned Is Just Perfect

Add The Fault in Our Stars to the list of amazing books that have been banned from schools.

John Green’s young-adult novel about a pair of star-crossed teenagers who are both dying from cancer is an international best-seller and spawned a summer hit movie, starring Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort as the doomed Hazel and Augustus. 204 more words

Public school 'purges' Christian authors from library

From WND
By Bob Unruh  |    27 September 2014

‘Book banning is just one step away from book burning’




A charter school in Southern California is facing the threat of a lawsuit for “purging” Christian books from its library. 515 more words

Religion

Why Obscenities Are Important

So, Russia’s doing a lot of bad things. They’re making a lot of enemies, and probably for good reason. I’m not going to talk about some of the stuff they’re doing; I leave that to more hard-hitting and politically polarizing journalism. 620 more words