University Kicks Christian Group Out For Expecting Members To Behave Like Christians
Life in America where Cultural Marxism rules educational institutions brings about some situations that should, but rarely do, cost educators & staff members their jobs.
This is just such a moment. Christians persecuted by an immoral college administration, all in the name of political correctness, otherwise known as Cultural Marxism.
A Christian student group that requires its leaders to pledge to uphold core values like avoiding “sexual immorality” sued the University of Iowa Monday after the school kicked it off campus.
Business Leaders in Christ (BLinC) makes all of its student leaders vow to uphold the group’s faith statement, which says they “should conduct their careers without the greed, racism, sexual immorality, and selfishness that all too often arise in business, political, and cultural institutions.”
The University of Iowa pulled their group registration after one student said he wasn’t selected for a leadership position because he is openly gay.
The group, though, said the man was rejected because he opposed the group’s core idealsm reports The Washington Times.
“BLinC declined the student’s request because he expressly stated that he rejected BLinC’s religious beliefs and would not follow them,” the organization said in its complaint.
The group stands to lose access to funding, school facilities, recruitment and other benefits.
The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, a law firm in D.C., is representing the student group, asking a federal court to rule the university violated the group’s constitutional rights.
Until Americans of faith, and others who understand justice begin standing up against these attacks on our religious beliefs, this nation will continue a downward spiral into chaos.
If you believe in the Lord Jesus Christ, you should feel compelled to stand up for what is right, against the wrongs being brought into this nation by the leftist Democrats.
Will you answer the call?
Mr Americana, Overpasses News Desk
December 11th, 2017
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