Religion | A controversial new requirement that religious ministries affirm a nondiscrimination policy has Vanderbilt groups split over what's at stake
by Leigh Jones
Posted 4/20/12, 04:29 am
NASHVILLE-At dusk on the first Sunday after Easter, a small procession led by 10 white-robed men filed slowly out of Vanderbilt University's Benton Chapel, the school's interfaith worship space. The leader held high a crucifix. Someone behind him rang bells. A heavy and bitter coil of incense smoke rolled over the rest of the column.