What’s in a name?

, Malcolm A. Kline, Leave a comment

For one thing, it tells what a group is. “Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys have filed a friend-of-the-court brief in federal court on behalf of five campus religious organizations in support of a Christian student group that the University of Iowa derecognized because of its leadership faith requirement,” ADF reports. “The constitution of Business Leaders in Christ requires all student leaders agree with the core values contained in its statement of faith.”

“In 2017, the university stripped the group of its official status after a former member complained that it denied him a leadership role because he did not share the group’s religious beliefs.” Maybe he should have read the fine print. For that matter, he could have read the large print.