God and Groups in Missouri
The University of Missouri is giving into a "Christian fraternity" that violates campus anti-discrimination rules. If this University of Missouri group wants to be discriminatory based on the religious views of students, they are free to do so: anyone can form a private group. But if they want recognition from a public university, they should have to follow these neutral rules that apply to all student organizations. They can be a Christian group without having a constitutional rule banning non-Christians from membership.