Christians just won a massive victory over a university that has democrats reeling

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Christians are finally fighting back for our nation.

And it looks like they’re hard work is finally paying off.

Christians just won a massive victory over a university that has democrats reeling.

Christian erosion from society

Not too long ago, most every American universally agreed that the United States was founded on Judeo-Christian principles.

But the same definitely can’t be said for today.

As a matter of fact, today, anti-religious extremists within the Democrat Party have spent years working tirelessly to remove any semblance of faith from society.

Instead of “freedom of religion,” as the nation was founded, Democrats have gone all-in on “freedom from religion,” and there’s no better example of that than government classrooms.

Little by little, woke extremists in the education bureaucracy have essentially outlawed any mention of faith, while specifically rooting out anything that may have even a remote connection to Christianity.

And as history has taught over and over again, when a society turns away from the foundational principles and moral roadmap that held it together, things get out of hand quickly.

That’s exactly what has been happening at universities across the United States for decades.

It’s even reached the point where being a Christian at a taxpayer-funded university is like being a paratrooper behind enemy lies.

Nearly everyone from university administration to fellow classmates go out of their way to silence and attack the mere existence of Christians.

SIUE paid the price

One Christian student at the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville had her speech restricted, was publicly humiliated, and discriminated against after some of her fellow students complained about her religious beliefs.

Last year, the student was issued a “no-contact” order by Southern Illinois University Edwardsville to keep her from having direct or indirect contact with three students, who were upset about social media posts in which she stated her beliefs on the issue of abortion from a Christian perspective.

The Alliance Defending Freedom heard about this unconstitutional censorship, and filed suit on the student’s behalf against SIUE.

And boy did SIUE pay the price, settling the case by agreeing to pay the student $80,000 along with requirements to revise the student handbook and university policies to “ensure students with varying political, religious and ideological views are welcome in the art therapy program.”

As Alliance Defending Freedom legal counsel Mathew Hoffmann stated, “Public universities can’t punish students for expressing their political and religious viewpoints.”

For too long now, Christians have been persecuted for merely existing and having a different perspective on issues than the so-called “mainstream.”

But now, after a string of major wins for religious liberty, it seems as though the tide may be turning as people of faith finally start fighting back.

Should more people of faith sue institutions to protect their rights?