(Fox News Radio) The University of Michigan is accused of kicking an InterVarsity Christian Fellowship chapter off campus because the group requires its leaders to be Christians – an apparent violation of the university's non-discrimination policy.
Greg Jao, InterVarsity's national field director, told Fox News the Asian chapter of the group was directed to either revise its constitution – or else be forced off campus.
"The university is sending the message that religious voices are suspect and should be marginalized," Jao said. "I think it sends the message that the university does not understand the nature of religious beliefs and the convictions of religious students."
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