On Monday, CBN News reported that the Yale Law School is sending a booklet entitled “Reading the Koran as a Law Book” to some of its alumni, including evangelist Pat Robertson.
Robertson said he was shocked when he received the booklet, which he did not request.
It’s from a lecture by Joseph Lowry an associate professor from the University of Pennsylvania.
Lowry believes the Koran should be taken seriously as a book of laws. This follows Yale’s decision to create a Center for Islamic Law and Civilization after a Saudi businessman gave a $10 million donation.
“Islamic law has a long and proud tradition, which encompasses great intellectual achievements,” said law school Dean Robert C. Post.
“This follows Yale’s decision to create a Center for Islamic Law and Civilization after a Saudi businessman gave a $10 million donation to the law school,” he added. “The dean says, and I quote, ‘Islamic law has a long and proud tradition, which encompasses great intellectual achievements.’ He’s got to be kidding! This is Yale Law School. They’re in the tank to the Saudis!”
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Robertson can be seen discussing the booklet below:
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