A Georgia college has filed a motion to dismiss a First Amendment lawsuit by claiming it removed a Christian student from campus because his discussion of the Gospel incited “hostility” and “fighting words.” The Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) is suing Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) for censoring college student Chike Uzuegbunam.

Uzuegbunam was repeatedly stopped from discussing his Christian faith on campus, even after following the school’s strict guidelines. The school required Uzuegbunam to reserve a space on the campus’ free-speech zone, an area that is only 0.0015% of the campus, and open only 18 hours a week, according to an ADF’s press statement.  READ MORE