Theology students at the University of Glasgow are receiving warnings about how Bible study may include tackling the ‘potentially distressing’ nature of crucifixion.

The latest trigger warnings descending upon students from PC authorities give the students a chance to leave the room if they find the image of Jesus on the Cross a bit too much.

Students on a plethora of courses receive similar warnings – of which another amusing example is forensic science students receiving a “verbal warning… at the beginning of some lectures where sensitive images, involving blood patterns, crime scenes and bodies are in the presentation”.

The only degree these students are heading for is a first class honours in snowflake studies.

(Image: George Bannister)

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