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Old 02-04-2013, 01:49 PM
Location: Southcentral Kansas
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Is there any way that any student group that is based on religion, like Muslim ones, can continue to meet on this campus? I don't see it, but then few Christians are in Muslim clubs.

University Allegedly Kicks Christian Club Off Campus Over ‘Non-Discrimination Policy’ | TheBlaze.com
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Old 02-04-2013, 02:01 PM
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From what I recall, they only required officers of the club to be Christians, not general members.

It's probably worth asking why non-Christians would want to be members of a Christian club - much less be in a leadership role. It's also probably unlikely that the members would knowingly vote a non-Christian into a leadership role.

The same could be said for other types of clubs on campus. The campus Democrats may welcome conservatives to attend their meetings, but they'd be justified in not wanting someone who actively supports GOP candidates to be their president.

There may be more to the story - there usually is.
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