Christian parents shell out over $50,000 a year to get their children ground up by secular humanists. The ones whose kids are at “Vandy” are especially stupid. Stupid doesn”t begin to describe it.
Vanderbilt University has informed a small Christian student organization that it will no longer be recognized as a student group because it requires its members to have a personal commitment to Jesus Christ, according to email correspondence provided to Fox News.
“It just shows how radical the Vanderbilt administration has become in enforcing a policy that is nonsense,” said Kim Colby, senior counsel for the Christian Legal Society’s Center for Law and Religious Freedom. “A lot of jaws dropped when we saw how far the Vanderbilt administration was taking this.”
All the kids want to do is pray.
They should pray for their parents, who are brain-dead.
These parents ought to buy this bumper sticker: I pay $52,000 a year to send my kid to hell.
According to email correspondence from the university, the group’s constitution was not approved because the university took issue with a requirement that leaders have a “personal commitment to Jesus Christ.”
“Please change the following statement in your constitution,” a university official wrote to the group.
The writer adds this: “Ironically, Vanderbilt University was founded as a Methodist institution established for the purpose of practicing – among other things – theology.” There is nothing ironic about it. The Methodists’ bishops went liberal by 1890. Maybe the hierarchy is not as liberal as the Episcopalians, but it’s close.
University Provost Richard McCarty told The Tennessean that their policy “is about rejecting discrimination and not about restricting religious freedom.”
Dr. McCarty is now eligible for the George Orwell Doublespeak Award for 2012. He surely is the front-runner.
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