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Rollins College has shut down a Bible study that was taking place in one of the dorm rooms, Fox News' Todd Starnes reports.
"We pointed out that Christian students holding a Bible study is a little bit different than a fraternity sponsoring a kegger in a dorm," Mr. Jao added. "If students want to have a Bible study, they should be free to do so."
"He was told they were no longer allowed inside the dorm — even with the express consent of the students to do Bible studies," said Greg Jao, InterVarsity's national field director, according to Fox News. "They said it was because InterVarsity was no longer a registered student group on campus."