Christian Colleges & Seminaries

What a Title IX lawsuit might mean for religious universities

"REAP is leaning on the Court’s decision v. Bob Jones University as a legal precedent for its lawsuit. And this lawsuit comes at a challenging moment for evangelical schools that discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation." - The Conversation

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Biden’s DOJ Says Its Interests Align With Those of Christian Universities Named in Suit

"The CCCU and the universities expressed concern that the federal government will not “vigorously” defend the schools named in the suit and might even be “openly hostile” toward them. But the DOJ argues that this will not be the case because its interests are not in opposition to the interests of the Christian organizations named in the lawsuit." - C.Leaders

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Moody apologizes for ineffective sexual abuse investigation and response

"Moody Bible Institute leadership has issued an apologetic statement announcing the results of a lengthy investigation into the Chicago-based evangelical institution's protocols amid charges it poorly handled sexual abuse allegations." - C.Post

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Christian university sues to block HUD order forcing male student placement in female dorms

"The College of the Ozarks, a four-year liberal arts college in Point Lookout, filed a lawsuit in response to a February order from the Department of Housing and Urban Development that forces any entities that receive federal dollars covered by the Fair Housing Act to place transgender-identified biological males into female dormitories and assign them as females’ roommates." - C. Post

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Christian Colleges fight LGBT students' lawsuit seeking to block Title IX religious exemptions

"Alliance Defending Freedom, a national religious liberty advocacy legal group, filed a motion last Friday to intervene in the lawsuit on behalf of college students at Corban University in Oregon, William Jessup University in California and Phoenix Seminary in Arizona." - C.Post

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IU Head Football Coach Tom Allen to Present at MBU Business Breakfast

"Allen, a Maranatha alumnus, is in his 5th year at the helm of the IU Football program. Allen is the 2020 American Football Coaches Association National Coach of the Year.... Additionally, he received the 2020 Grant Teaff Coach of the Year from the Fellowship of Christian Athletes." - MBU

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