Must a Christian group give up its convictions in order to maintain its recognized status? That’s the question the Supreme Court must answer as it considers the recently-argued case, Christian Legal Society v. Hastings. The issue in this case is whether the Christian Legal Society at the University of California – Hastings Law School should be defunded because it refused to recognize gay and unbelieving students into its leadership. Based on campus policy, the law school argues that it should be. On today’s show, Dr. Mohler argues against the law school’s decision reasoning that such logic threatens the existence of any group’s right to assemble based upon its convictions.
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