By Bob Kellogg, OneNewsNow.com
The U.S. Supreme Court ruling that a Christian organization at the University of California's Hastings College of Law must accept non-Christians and "gays" as potential leaders has made things difficult for believers on many campuses.
The 5-4 ruling in Christian Legal Society v. Martinez was primarily aimed at public colleges and universities. But David French of the American Center for Law & Justice (ACLJ) says since that decision was made two years ago, persecution of Christian groups on college campuses has significantly increased. The most notable example, he explains, is currently taking place at Vanderbilt University, where more than a dozen religious groups have determined they cannot or will not comply with the new "all-comers policy.". . .
French adds that few universities have tried to implement all-comers policies because they recognize their "fundamental absurdity.". . .
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