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Jones told King that the school had no Bible verse to support its ban, and that it was "an insignificant" part of the school's stance against a one-world order.Jones said the blending of worldwide governments, ethnic groups and religions would signal the coming of the Antichrist and so the school stands against that."We don't have to have that rule," Jones said. It's so significant to the world at large, the media in particular, why should we have this thing here as an obstacle?t's a soggy spring night, closing in on , and Duke freshman Miriam Weeks is on the hunt for new panties.Which in someone's fantasy is probably a pretty standard way for a college coed to pass a Wednesday night after a day of classes – in Weeks' case, two sociology courses and a women's-studies seminar on the "politics of pleasure." But these panties have a higher calling.Bush later apologized for failing to criticize the school's anti-Catholic views and racial policies during his visit to the Greenville, S. campus."I'm pleased that they've changed the policy," Bush said Friday while campaigning in New York.
When Bush visited in 2000, the Greenville, South Carolina, school was known for two things: its strict rules on music, film, shopping, and dress, and its ban on interracial dating.
For the first time since Bush, a Republican visited Bob Jones University for a campaign event. On Friday, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson joined South Carolina Sen. And greeted by a packed auditorium of fans and onlookers, Carson held forth on policy and faith. And I believe in godly principals of loving your fellow man …
having values and principals that govern your life.
Criticism following Republican presidential candidate George W.
Bush's visit to Bob Jones University has led the school to drop its controversial ban on interracial dating."As of today, we've dropped the rule," Bob Jones III said on CNN's Larry King Live Friday night.