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College Shuts Down Student Bible Study

westriversd Wrote: Mar 01, 2013 7:16 PM
That still does not make it right. What if they just said the bible study had nothing to do with the "group" but was just four individuals wanting to study the Bible? Would this not be allowed, either? How plain is this that their constitutional rights of freedom of religion were violated. When you pay exorbitant sums of money to attend these liberal bastions of freedom and learning, you don't expect to be treated like criminals for exercising your rights of association and freedom or religion.

Officials at a Florida college ordered a group of students to shut down a Bible study they were holding in the privacy of a dorm room – because it violated the rules.

The incident occurred at Rollins College in the midst of a campus battle over whether religious groups that require their leaders to follow specific religious beliefs are violating the school’s non-discrimination policies.

Four students affiliated with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship were holding an informal Bible study in the common area of a dorm suite. Midway through the study, a resident hall assistant entered the room and asked the student leading...