Campus ministries, counselors in U.S. join to tackle mental health


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They took away these campus ministries in order to feed the liberal agenda, and now that mental health is declining among campus-based young people, they want them back. This is what America gets by embracing liberal atheistic principles.

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Considering the guilt that religions lay on people and the resulting mental anguish when people's biology doesn't conform to rigid religious dogmas I fail to see how any religious ministry is going to help people with mental problems. Sounds more like religion preying on people's insecurities. And oh yeah, don't forget to tithe and drop a few more bills in the collection plate on Sunday morning. Preacher doesn't have a paying job.

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