Tom Gilson

Princeton “Attack” Was a Hoax

The reported attack on a conservative Princeton student was a hoax. The student, Francisco Nava, has confessed to inflicting the injuries on himself, culminating a series of deceptions–as even friends and sympathizers had been beginning to suspect.

Deception doesn’t help Christian belief, or principles associated with it, to grow.

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