School Defines Christians as ‘Oppressors’

Although we Christians in U.S. don’t have religious oppression and persecution like many Christians overseas do, the amount of religious oppression we are experiencing in this country are reaching record levels for modern times. The Bible tells us this will only increase over time. Pray that we have the strength to endure this and that Jesus does not delay in His return.

Christians at the University of California-Davis (UC Davis) are fighting a discriminatory policy that singles them out as religious oppressors.

The university has issued a policy statement, asking students to adhere to its definition of “community.” David French, senior counsel for the Alliance Defense Fund (ADF), tells OneNewsNow the Christians on campus have discovered that the school’s policy, which defines “religious/spiritual discrimination” as “the loss of power and privilege to those who do not practice the dominant culture’s religion,” does not protect them from religious discrimination as — in his words — it is “institutionalized oppressions toward those who are not Christian.”

“Religious discrimination can only occur in UC Davis’ mind if it is directed against someone who’s not a Christian,” French summarizes. “If you’re a Christian student [who gets] tossed out of class because your atheist professor doesn’t like you, well, good for him; you’re the oppressor, apparently. Or if a Christian group is denied equal access to campus…that’s not religious discrimination in the university’s eyes.”

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