The title of this blog is shocking and true.
Christian student groups at Yale cannot obtain recognition, and its significant benefits (access to campus facilities, funding for events, numerous communication channels, and more), if they desire to restrict their members and leaders to students who share their religious beliefs. Yale considers this most basic and fundamental exercise of religious freedom by a private religious group to be “discrimination.”
At the same time, Yale just sponsored an event on campus that promotes “compassion” and “understanding” for those who engage in bestiality and incest, as part of “Yale’s Sex Weekend.” I can’t make this stuff up.
This situation is a sad commentary on the state of America’s institutions of “higher” education. They normalize the wicked and stigmatize the good. Or, to borrow from what a great man named Isaiah once said, universities are calling “evil good and good evil,” and exchanging ”darkness for light and light for darkness.”
Pray for our nation’s colleges and universities, and for our efforts to protect the First Amendment rights of Christian college students who find their faith increasingly under attack at the radically anti-Christian universities they attend.
This post originally appeared here.