Perhaps you saw this article in the Mustang News – arguing that the new “all comers” policy unfairly targets campus ministries such as Cru and InterVarsity. Interesting, especially, as columnist Aja Frost is an agnostic.
The article came out the same day Cru was de-recognized as a student club at Cal Poly – InterVarsity was de-recognized about ten days earlier.
I’m an agnostic. But it wouldn’t be completely bizarre for me to join Cal Poly’s Campus Crusade for Christ (Cru) chapter. After all, I could meet cool people, get involved in the local community, fill up my social calendar and maybe even have some stimulating debates about religion. But what if I wanted to join Cru’s officer board? I don’t share the group’s core values about religion or its mission to “Win, build and send Christ-centered multiplying disciples who launch spiritual movements.” Should Cru be able to stop me from being an officer? What about making major club decisions — would I get a vote?
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