UNIVERSITY IN MICHIGAN PROHIBITS GROUP FROM CHOOSING A CHRISTIAN TO LEAD ITS CHRISTIAN GROUP
Released: Wednesday, July 04, 2018
The InterVarsity Christian Fellowship chapter of Wayne University in Detroit, Michigan has been accused of discriminating against non-Christians for requiring that the leader of their group be a professing Christian. Other non-Christian organizations at the University are allowed to choose their own leaders without restriction, indicating that the InterVarsity group is being ostracized for it's Christian beliefs. Read more here:
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