Saturday, October 01, 2011

Can You Imagine The Implications if This Case is Won By the University in Court?

The plan is clear -- Vanderbilt University does not want Christian groups to expect their leaders to participate in Christian activities. Yes, you read this correctly. Get the details in the link below.

But before you do, know this. If this case goes to court, and it might, and if it ends up in the Supreme Court, and the Christian Legal Society loses it, and it may -- well, I venture to say that it won't be long before some of us are worshiping at Christian churches managed or led by atheist pastors or people of other faiths. Yes, you read me correctly.

You think I am going a bit too far? Check out the link and then just do some extrapolation into the future possibilities brought to you by your over-active Enemy at work. He knows he'll get little opposition from the majority of us. All we at Accord do is draw these things to your attention. The rest is up to you. Maybe you and your church need to start standing up for some things.

Professor Says Vanderbilt Suppressing Christian Student Groups Amid Shutdown Threats | Fox News

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