By Gabriele Bonat
Religious intolerance is a chronic problem in most universities in Brazil, both public and private.
In these places, where so-called “progressive” agendas are often encouraged by professors and student groups, Christians often suffer prejudice and, in some cases, bullying because of their faith.
Gazeta do Povo interviewed students and leaders of Christian movements who reported that the intense political polarization had increased opposition to Christianity in universities.
Some movements linked to Christian . . .