Take a look at Indiana University's official seal. Besides the name of the university, it's got an image of a nondescript book and IU's motto: lux et veritas ("light and truth"). If you traveled 150 years into the past, you would find a similar seal on campus, but it would look a little different. Across the spread of the book, you would see the words "HOLY BIBLE."
That's because in 1820, Indiana University was founded as Indiana's State Seminary. Like Harvard, Yale, Princeton, and countless other prestigious Universities, IU was founded on the eternal principle that "the fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge" (Proverbs 1:7).
But, like the Ephesian church in Revelation 2, Indiana University has left its first love. Today, nearly every sector of the University devotes itself to denying the truth that in Jesus Christ "all things hold together" (Colossians 1:17). Clearnote Campus Fellowship exists to call IU back to its rightful Lord, Jesus Christ.
We are an evangelical campus ministry rooted in the local church. We strive to see IU students come to know, love, and obey Jesus Christ. Find out what we believe.