Campus club seeks right to exclude gays
“A legal confrontation is playing out here as a student organization seeks official recognition and money from a state-run university even though the students plan to exclude non-Christians and gays.
A group of Christian students at Arizona State University’s law school formed a chapter of the Christian Legal Society, a national organization that unites Christian lawyers and law students for fellowship, mutual legal support, meetings and Bible readings.
After the university refused to recognize the group, the society’s national headquarters in Washington, D.C., drafted a lawsuit challenging the university over its anti-discrimination policies, a move that echoes similar and sometimes successful efforts across the country.
In the lawsuit, the society argues that the members at Arizona State have a constitutionally protected right to organize and receive university recognition under the 1st and 14th Amendments.”
As long as they do not receive public funding or support they can do what they want, even if we find it to be reprehensible, stupid and foolish.
Chandira December 29, 2004 at 12:52 am
Ya know? I say let them get on with it. Would you really want to be included? 😉 I can think of more ways to have more fun than joining them.
Maybe they’ll all spontaneously combust in a fit of Holy Rolling.