Outrageous You Won't Believe Why a University Deactivated a Christian Group
California State University has deactivated an on-campus Christian group because the group has insisted on installing Christians as leaders.
The university system is no longer recognizing the Cal State Stanislaus chapter of Chi Alpha, a Christian student organization, because those leadership restrictions allegedly violate an executive order of non-discrimination.
Associate VP of Cal State Tim Lynch explained, "What they cannot be is faith-based where someone has to have a profession of faith to be that leader ... Every club is allowed to establish its own standards for how leaders are selected as long as it's non-discriminatory."
The group released a statement asking, "How can we function as a Christian group without Christian leaders in our group? How can someone lead us if they don't follow our mission?"
Clayton Morris pointed out on "Fox and Friends Weekend" that Lynch acknowledged that fraternities and sororities are given a "gender exemption" to the policy.
"Aren't standards by definition discriminatory because they discriminate against people who don't meet them?" Tucker Carlson asked.
Watch the clip above and tune in to "Fox and Friends Weekend" tomorrow morning to hear from the president of Chi Alpha.
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