Christian group kicked off campus for requiring its leaders to be Christian

"The University of Iowa told InterVarsity Christian Fellowship they weren’t allowed to hold their meetings on campus because they require their members to hold to specific faith standards and kicked them out — in response, InterVarsity sued." - W.Examiner

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Bert Perry's picture

...by forcing campus Christian groups to partner closely with churches, and by forcing Christians on campus to interact with the world outside.  No doubt my granddad's alma mater is picking and choosing what portions of the 1st Amendment to heed, and that is unfair and arguably illegal.  But that said, if we reduce the number of opportunities for Christians to "practice their faith" outside of the churches God has given them, that's a good thing.  Stretch goal would be to see the university practice of taxing/feeing students to pay for other students' hobbies end.

Aspiring to be a stick in the mud.