From The Evangelical Outpost:
Christian students in Britain are facing discrimination for, well, for being Christians:
Thousands of Christians on campuses across Britain claim that their right to freedom of expression is being challenged by student associations attempting to force Christian Unions to allow anybody, regardless of faith, ethnicity or sexuality, to sit on their ruling committees and to address their meetings. The Christian Unions say that they should be allowed to restrict committee membership to those who share their core beliefs.
Perhaps these students should simply turn the tables and fight for their right to rule GLTB groups, atheist associations, and other groups that disagree with orthodox Christian beliefs. It’d be interesting to see if these groups would be as welcoming of diverse opinions as they expect the Christian Unions to be. (HT: Nico Hines)