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Comment 1 by Atheist Mike

That seems reasonable enough. But they address that point.

All the schools say they rejected the clubs because they conflict with their Christian mission — which perplexes some students who note that Duquesne, Dayton and Notre Dame approved Muslim and Jewish student clubs. Dayton and Duquesne have also approved gay student groups. “The only difference between us and them is our club’s agenda does not assume the existence of the Judeo-Christian God,” said Stephen Love, 21, a Notre Dame student whose application was rejected twice. “I think those clubs should be allowed, but if they are going to use that line of reasoning to reject us they should be consistent.”

Sun, 06 Nov 2011 01:53:37 UTC | #887750