Wednesday, December 06, 2006


UGA discriminates against Christian students?

In a suit filed yesterday in federal court, it is alleged that the University of Georgia is discriminating against some of its students by refusing to grant a religious fraternity recognition as a student group because the group requires that its members share its common Christian beliefs.

It's been a tough year for UGA. First you get beat up by Vanderbilt and Kentucky. Then you try to smack around a bunch of Christian students, only to find out that they can fight back.

More from the Alliance Defense Fund.


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