UNC cuts off Christian fraternity
WorldNetDaily reports that the University of North Carolina has cut off university recognition of the Christian fraternity Alpha Iota Omega after it refused to sign an anti-discrimination clause effectively allowing students of any religion to join the club.
Earlier, UNC's chapter of InterVarsity, as a result of the same policy, was forced to compromise with UNC by agreeing that the membership would be non-discriminatory, but the leadership could be discriminated for religion.
I fear the day when the University of Arizona might try to do the same thing to us. Remain vigilant, brothers.