Another Christian group has been booted from a college campus. This time it's InterVarsity Christian Fellowship at Rollins College in Orlando, Fla.
The college was trying to force InterVarsity to allow any student to be a leader in their group, even if they don't share InterVarsity's biblical beliefs.
The group refused to comply, so Rollins is revoking InterVarsity's student funding and campus access.
The same thing happened to Christian groups at Vanderbilt and several other colleges in recent years.
InterVarsity leaders say they will continue to serve students as an "off-campus" movement at Rollins.
"Some of the greatest movements of growth in the global church have been during periods of Christianity being illegal and 'underground,'" Kim Koi, InterVarsity director for Central Florida, wrote.
"God is sovereign, and there is no authority on heaven or earth that can supersede Him," she said.