Academic Freedom

“Fuller Seminary’s recent win is worth celebrating. But the legal rights of faith-based schools are still at risk.”

"In Maxon v. Fuller Theological Seminary, a federal court ruled in favor of religious liberty and in so doing enabled the school’s unique Christ-centered mission. The case involved the ability of religious institutions to set admissions standards according to their sincere beliefs." - C.Today

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What's Going On At Vanderbilt?

According to a letter from the acting director of the Office of Religious Life, Bible studies are suspect because they “would seem to indicate that officers are expected to hold certain beliefs.’’ The letter goes on to explain: “Vanderbilt policies do not allow this expectation/qualification for officers.’

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"An honors student in Fort Worth, Texas...punished for telling a classmate that he believes homosexuality is wrong."

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2011/09/22/texas-school-punishes-boy-for-oppos... "Dakota was in a German class at the high school when the conversation shifted to religion and homosexuality in Germany. At some point during the conversation, he turned to a friend and said that he was a Christian and 'being a homosexual is wrong.'"

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