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by Heather Sells, CBN.com

Vanderbilt University stands above many other schools in the south. The large, private school academically ranks among the Ivy Leagues.

But a groundbreaking interpretation of Vanderbilt's non-discrimination policy continues to send shockwaves across educational, religious, and legal circles.

"Here you have a top 25 university in the U.S. - one that's located in the middle of the Bible Belt, that is essentially declaring war on its conservative and Orthodox Christian community on campus," David French, with the American Center for Law and Justice, said. . . .

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