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Can a Muslim Lead the Christian Campus Club?

Weegie2 Wrote: Apr 06, 2012 11:09 AM
I guess you missed the part where it said that only the Christian groups had to allow membership and leadership to people who did not have the same values and beliefs that the club was founded upon. If no clubs could restrict membership or leadership, that would be one thing, if the Christian club wanted to have a special permit to restrict membership or leadership, that would also be another thing, but neither of those is what occurred. The Christian club was held to a different standard, not the same one. That's a problem.

If we follow the logic of the Supreme Court, a Muslim could lead the Intervarsity Christian Fellowship club on your local campus. As absurd as this sounds, it is the very real, potential outcome of some recent Court rulings, and it is in keeping with the decisions made independently by a number of colleges and universities.

In June, 2010, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that the “University of California’s Hastings College of the Law acted reasonably, and in a viewpoint-neutral manner, in refusing to officially recognize and give funds to a campus chapter of the Christian Legal Society because...