There has been recent lawsuits against a christian club on the campus of Hastings in San Francisco. A homosexual student wanted to join the Christian club, but wasn't allowed membership due to their sexual orientation.
"A federal judge threw out the Christian group's lawsuit claiming its First Amendment rights of association, free speech and free exercise had been violated, a decision that was upheld by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of
There have been heated debates on if this should be allowed or not between the people in power. There have been previous rulings on interracial dating beliefs. There has been past troubles with the Christian Legal Society and them having members join, who didn't, at least what they thought, have the same beliefs as their own.
Their are many arguments in the article for both sides. I think that if someone is a Christiam they should be able to join the group, especially if they are a college funded group, people who go to that college should join. In not having members of the college join, who do believe in the Christian faith, they are creating discrimination on the campus, and it is letting students discriminate against one another based on either race, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, etc...