Feb 13, 2013 |
Inside Out 9: Christians on Campus
It’s not very often that I feel that the decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court have the potential to impact me right here and right now. But sometimes I do. A decision by the high court in June of this year got my attention because it seemed that this case---the Christian Legal Society vs. Martinez---could immediately impact the way Christians---and other people of faith---gather and worship on university campuses. As someone concerned about college students and college student ministries, that makes a difference in my life.
To learn more about the court decision---and its possible repercussions---I talked with Dan Soderberg, the Area Director for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship’s campus ministries in western New York. As a staff person for this interdenominational Christian student ministry to college and university students and faculty, I thought Dan would have a good handle on the impact of the June decision.
I invite you to listen to what he has to say---both about the Supreme Court decision, as well as about the health of God’s good news on college campuses. More questions? You can contact Dan directly by e-mailing or by phoning (716) 488-9310.