Monday, April 16, 2012

Vanderbilt Christian Groups, Citing Religious Freedom, Follow Catholics Off Campus

By Annalisa Musarra, Religion News Service

(RNS) A coalition of 11 Christian student groups at Vanderbilt University are insisting their leaders should be chosen based on shared faith -- the newest front in a growing battle over "religious freedom."

The campus groups, who call themselves Vanderbilt Solidarity, joined together to oppose the university's "all-comers" policy, which says student groups must be open to all students, including in leadership, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation or religion. (link)
The alumni association needs to follow suit and take the endowment with them.

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