Thanks to the Journal and Courier for a fair job of covering the story.
As a word of warning, though, before you link to the JC Online version, you'll find the same Internet trolls espousing their hatred toward anything Christian. There are three trolls who incessantly attack Christian viewpoints and even Christians themselves on a near daily basis.
A favorite target of attack by these trolls is Pastor Steve Viars, who has written several thoughtful and respectful Christian responses concerning various public issues, including the plaque controversy.
It's tough being a lone voice in the wilderness, and many in the Christian community appreciate men like Viars who are willing to take the heat and speak up in favor of Judeo-Christian values. Men like Urcuioli belittle, badger, and demean people of faith in an obvious attempt to silence them from expressing their viewpoints in the marketplace of ideas.
Purdue University should be embarrassed of Urcuioli's continued childish behavior.. For a man in his position, one would think he'd take his professional credibility more seriously.
While Urcuioli is certainly entitled to his opinion, he is also entitled to the reputation he has earned for his poor conduct on the JC Online comment section.
Parents would be wise in asking that their hard-earned tuition money not be wasted on his classes where there is a greater opportunity to espouse intolerance and hatred toward Christianity.