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While two of the three cases decided in 2015 upheld TWU's religious freedom, the Ontario judges chose to ignore the clear face of the law and moved to “update” it in the light of contemporary realities.

Will Religious Freedom in Canada Survive? Trinity Western Law School Tests the System

The ongoing debate about the legitimacy of Trinity Western University’s proposed law school (TWU, Langley, British Columbia) is a key fault line in a clash of worldviews playing out in our day. On one side is the traditional Christian view, which believes in transcendent norms for life, created by God and revealed in the Scriptures, […]

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California to Christian Colleges: Bow to the Idol of Sexual Liberty, or Perish!

Religious liberty is on the political chopping block in California. Two heinous bills, targeting California’s religious colleges and universities for legislative destruction, have been silently slithering their way though the halls of the state Capital. They accomplish liberty-stripping, conscience-decimating goals by first, blocking student aid at biblically faithful private secondary institutions, and, second, opening the floodgates […]

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Religious Freedom, Human Sexuality, Same-Sex Marriage and Christian Colleges: What is at Stake?

The recent US Supreme Court decision to legalize same-sex marriages is just one more example of what happens when the laws of the land conflict with the Christian conscience. When legal opinions on same-sex marriage and Christian colleges are at odds, there could be implications pertaining to religious freedom, Title IV, tax exemption or accreditation. While […]

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With a Canadian court marriage rulings, Christian higher education communities wonder whether this could Foreshadow Future Difficulties for Christian Colleges in Canada and the US.

The Supreme Court Marriage Ruling, Christian Higher Ed and a Canadian Experience

Since the June 2015 SCOTUS ruling to legalize same-sex marriage across the US, American Bible-believers have wondered what this means for their colleges, universities and seminaries. Has the Supreme Court determined that marriage morals held by Evangelical colleges, universities and seminaries are the unpardonable sin? Consider a Canadian court marriage ruling, Christian higher ed, and the […]

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Christian colleges wonder whether SCOTUS on gay marriage might cost them tax exempt status or Title IV revenue.

Privatizing the Funding of Christian Higher Education: A Response to the US Supreme Court on Gay Marriage

Hostility and threats aimed at Christian higher education are at an all-time high. Just ask Gordon College, George Fox, and Cal Baptist Universities. They have all recently fought battles over LGBT-related issues.  The recent decision of the Supreme Court on gay marriage is not the only warning that Christian higher education institutions should notice. The […]

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