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A college president is fed up with students who cry victim when their views are challenged.

Oklahoma Wesleyan University President Dr. Everett Piper was moved to write an open letter to students after one student allegedly claimed he felt "victimized" by a university chapel service about love.

Piper wrote that "our culture has actually taught kids to be this self-absorbed and narcissistic."

"Anyone who dares challenge them and, thus, makes them 'feel bad' about themselves, is a 'hater,' a 'bigot,' an 'oppressor,' and a 'victimizer.'"

He explained that the familiar feeling of “discomfort” when confronted with wrongdoing is called a “conscience,” and that "the goal of many a good sermon is to get you to confess your sins--not coddle you in your selfishness."

Piper said that his school believes "that the content of your character is more important than the color of your skin."

"Oklahoma Wesleyan is not a 'safe place,' but rather, a place to learn: to learn that life isn’t about you, but about others; that the bad feeling you have while listening to a sermon is called guilt; that the way to address it is to repent of everything that’s wrong with you rather than blame others for everything that’s wrong with them. This is a place where you will quickly learn that you need to grow up!"

He concluded by saying, "This is not a day care. This is a university!"

Glenn Beck praised Piper's "politically incorrect" letter on his Facebook page.

#iamthankfulfor men like Everett Piper.Who while in his office as Oklahoma Wesleyan University had a student come in...

Posted by Glenn Beck on Thursday, November 26, 2015

Read Piper's full letter here and watch a clip of him speaking to Beck about a related topic on TheBlaze TV above.


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