CNA Staff, Jan 14, 2021 / 12:56 am (CNA).- A federal appeals court heard arguments on Wednesday on whether public university officials can be held personally liable for religious discrimination.

The Eighth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments on Wednesday in InterVarsity Christian Fellowship v. University of Iowa, the case of a Christian group kicked off the school’s campus because of its faith-based policy requiring leaders to be Christian.

“This is a case of deliberate, express, religious viewpoint discrimination,” stated Daniel Blomberg, senior counsel at Becket who is representing InterVarsity Christian Fellowship before the Eighth Circuit Court.

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