Well, the war on Christian university students continues. Or, maybe it’s just Asians….
The University of Michigan is accused of kicking an InterVarsity Christian Fellowship chapter off campus because the group requires its leaders to be Christians – an apparent violation of the university’s non-discrimination policy.
Greg Jao, InterVarsity’s national field director, told Fox News the Asian chapter of the group was directed to either revise its constitution – or else be forced off campus. ….
Last December, members of the group were summoned before university officials who told them there was an issue with the section of the club constitution related to leadership.
In order for students to be InterVarsity leaders they must sign a statement of faith. But the university said that requirement violated their non-discrimination policy.
This sort of garbage is happening all over the country. It’s insidious and it violates the right to freely associate with whom you please. It also violates common sense beyond it’s reasonable boundaries.
It’s weird that people with certain considerations insist they they’re leaders have the same. The Pope is Catholic, the president of the US is suppose to be an American, and Governors of the various states are suppose to live in the states they represent. Yes, hateful, all of it! Such discriminatory practices!
Why don’t they just call it for what it is. It’s an attack on Christians freely associating with fellow Christians.
Look, it’s farcical to pretend words of a chapter’s constitution supersede the actions of the various chapters. I don’t know how other chapter’s constitutions read, and it doesn’t matter. Can a born-again Christian ever be a leader of an atheist chapter? Nope, it won’t happen. We can make thousands of other comparisons, as well. So, a Christian chapter is punished for honesty. Well, as long as Michigan has it’s priorities in it’s proper place……. hateful, spiteful, imbeciles.