University of Iowa ousts Christian student group for requiring leaders to follow Christian teaching

December 12, 2017

university_polling_report_c0-131-4489-2747_s561x327A Christian student group that requires its leaders to pledge to uphold core values like avoiding “sexual immorality” sued the University of Iowa Monday after the school kicked it off campus.

Business Leaders in Christ (BLinC) makes all of its student leaders vow to uphold the group’s faith statement, which says they “should conduct their careers without the greed, racism, sexual immorality, and selfishness that all too often arise in business, political, and cultural institutions.”

The University of Iowa pulled their group registration after one student said he wasn’t selected for a leadership position because he is openly gay. The group, though, said the man was rejected because he opposed the group’s core ideals.

“BLinC declined the student’s request because he expressly stated that he rejected BLinC’s religious beliefs and would not follow them,” the organization said in its complaint.

2 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • Ron Smith says:

    To create problems. That is their mode of operation.

  • exoticdoc2 says:

    Why does the homo even want to be a part of this group when their values and morals are in direct conflict with his chosen lifestyle of immorality? He is simply there to try and cause trouble, which homosexuals are wont to do these days.

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