Judge Rules Chicago Can’t Ban Christian Students From Evangelizing
When people ask Jeremy Chong about his Friday night plans, they don’t get the typical college sophomore response. He and his friends usually head to downtown Chicago. But the point isn’t to party—it’s to evangelize. And thanks to a federal judge, the group of Wheaton students can finally resume that without harassment.
For months, students like Chong and Matthew Swart would pass out gospel tracts at Millennium Park. They were just simple threefold pamphlets telling people about faith in Jesus Christ. “[We were] passing those out to anyone who would take [them] and having conversations when we were approached.”
Simple enough, right? Wrong. The park’s security team saw what was happening and stopped them—not once, but again and again. By the fifth time, the students had enough.
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