While you may think this group is not dangerous, I myself believe it is in a way. They absolutely did not want me hanging out with certain people because they were not in the group. And if I were to hang out with them, I was pressured to get them to come to meetings. I lost friendships because of this and it still bothers me to this day. I was told that if I didn't attend bible studies twice a week, go to church/meetings every Thursday and Sunday, etc that I would go to "hell".
Granted, I think it's fine to have religion and believe in Jesus, but I don't think that people's opinions and ideas should be pushed on others.
I am familiar with Campus Crusades. The way you describe their behavior is not at all what I am familiar with, and it is completetly apposed to what the bible teaches (at least as far as the going to hell if you don't come to bible study part is concerned, and pressuring you to witness to others.)
You should evangelize the lost, if you are a Christian.
But you should not be forced to do so.
You should change the people you hang out with, if they are a negative influence on your Christian walk.
But you should decide to do so, not be forced to do so.
You should go to bible studies.
You should not be forced to, and threatened with hell if you don't.
If what you say is really true, those people are WAAAAYY out of line, according to the bible, and even according to what CCCI stands for. I wouldn't condemn the organization because of a bad group or two. There are many groups worldwide, and I know for a fact that they are not all like the one you were part of.
God doesn't force or pressure anyone to do anything. Neither should Christians.
If you want to see what Campus Crusade really is supposed to stand for, you can visit this site: