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Campus Crusade for Christ
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“”It’s the convert-at-all-costs mentality members exhibit. It’s the Science-is-the-enemy way of thinking. It’s the inability to think beyond the Bible. It’s the way they seem to alienate so many people on their own campus, including other Christians.
|— Hemant Mehta|
The movement is a Christian ministry at the University of California, Los Angeles known for their "Four Spiritual Laws" tract. They sponsored the Explo '72 festival where the Jesus Freaks movement peaked, and today are involved in evangelism and Christian groups on 1000+ college campuses and elsewhere. No longer limited to college campuses, they have outreach programs in high schools, businesses, and athletic programs. They got in trouble for "insensitivity," resulting in them being banned from the University of Singapore.
Despite what the name implies, they do not invade other campuses in an effort to take back the holy land.
Theologically and stylistically they are about where Billy Graham, The Navigators, and Hank Hanegraaff are: evangelical (with all the usual baggage that includes) while keeping careful distance from politics and from fringe fundamentalist and Pentecostal practices. According to media accounts in USA Today and elsewhere, they are the largest evangelical group in the world.
Bright was one of the five signatories to the "Land Letter" in 2002 stating that a "just war" case existed in favor of the Iraq War, giving George W. Bush theological sanction to invade Iraq. The other signatories were Richard Land, Chuck Colson, Carl D. Herbster, and James Kennedy.
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God himself originally gave the name Campus Crusade for Christ to Bill Bright using a professor as an intermediary (yes, that is what the organization believes). Still the divinely inspired name suggests zealotry, intolerance and fanaticism and does not work so well in the 21st Century. So the organization "saturated their decision with prayer", and chose the new public relations inspired name, Cru. 
If you happen to go to a campus where they're active, do not give them your email address. You will be spammed.
- Leslie Pethoud:Campus Crusade for Christ?
- “This decision has been saturated with prayer. We only want what God wants for us… We believe this new name will position us to connect better with the next generation.” - Steve Douglass, President of
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- Campus Crusade for Christ changing its name to 'Cru'
- Campus Crusade For Christ Removes ‘Christ’ From Its Name