Universities are engaging in anti-Christian discrimination at an alarming rate.
One state college rejected a Christian student, saying the medical “field is not the place for religion.”
In another of our cases, a college student was denied admission because he “brought up religion.”
This isn’t just outrageous; it’s blatantly unconstitutional.
Right now we’re in federal court to address this issue. But disturbingly anti-Christian discrimination is growing nationwide.
One university student was expelled for her faith, another was told to defile the name of Jesus, and another was failed for refusing to agree that Christianity is false.
We’re in court defending the rights of Christian students, but we need to send a message to the universities. Make your voice heard.
To College and Universities:
A student’s belief in God doesn’t disqualify them from academic study in any field. Illegal anti-Christian discrimination must end.
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