Southern Religion

You thought the fake doctorates some ministers sport were bad …

A man who writes papers which students turn in as their own, and sometimes takes online courses for them, says in the Chronicle of Higher Education:

I do a lot of work for seminary students. I like seminary students. They seem so blissfully unaware of the inherent contradiction in paying somebody to help them cheat in courses that are largely about walking in the light of God and providing an ethical model for others to follow. I have been commissioned to write many a passionate condemnation of America’s moral decay as exemplified by abortion, gay marriage, or the teaching of evolution. All in all, we may presume that clerical authorities see these as a greater threat than the plagiarism committed by the future frocked.


November 19, 2010 - Posted by | Education, Religion


  1. It’s one thing to submit someone elses work, which is not a new trick, but it’s a whole different story why the professors accept it.

    Comment by jack | November 20, 2010

  2. Most, if not all University professors recognise these “store bought recitations” and flunk the students. Could this be another example of nepotism in raw action. Are they afraid to flunk these pretty boys ?

    Comment by Jack | November 25, 2010

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