By Diogenes ( articles ) | Aug 29, 2006
Georgetown University has booted a group of Evangelical Protestant ministers off campus.
Because they refused to accept the authority of the Pope? Guess again.
On the First Things blog, Jody Bottum tells the full story, and even provides a neat summary:
The problem, of course, finally boils down to this: The evangelical groups represent only a few hundred students, but they are strongly pro-life and opposed to homosexual marriage. The mainline Protestant employees of Campus Ministry find such things embarrassing, and so they kick the evangelicals off campus, employing the power of the officially Catholic chaplain’s office and the rhetoric of the school’s Catholic identity.
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