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Update: Students for Life is not officially a Christian organization and could not affirm InterVarsity Christian Fellowship’s (IVF) doctrinal statement of faith. However, the Urbana team’s decision to tout #BlackLivesMatters, though IVF asserts it did so in an unofficial capacity, is confusing since this movement is also not officially Christian.
Last week, I broke the news here at LifeSiteNews.com that InterVarsity Christian Fellowship’s Urbana15 keynote speaker, Michelle Higgins, reduced pro-life efforts to “withholding mercy from the living” to make “a big spectacle.” I wish that was the end of the story. But sadly, there’s more troubling news surrounding InterVarsity’s Urbana15.
In an op-ed published on Monday, Kristan Hawkins, president of Students for Life (SFL), revealed the Urbana15 team denied her group’s exhibitor application.
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