A story in the Christian Post describes the rise in Greek-letter Christian fraternities on college campuses. Instead of lusty drinking parties and hazing these fraternities and sororities meet for Bible studies, prayer and mission-focused service projects. However, these Christian frats are not always welcomed on campus. At the University of Florida, Beta Upsilon Chi “filed a federal discrimination suit last year after administrators refused to officially recognize the fraternity because it required members to be Christians.”
Do you think Christian fraternities should allow non-Christian members in their groups?
As a ministry leader would you encourage college students to a) join a Christian fraternity or b) join a regular fraternity/sorority as a Christian?
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