Jackie posted a comment · Jun 23, 2018
TWU's covenant, and as I see it, is what is truthful, just and for the good of all who would be represented by the future lawyers that they produce. What is so wrong about having a lawyer with a conscience. Someone who upholds the law with compassion for both sides. I don't want a lawyer who would let slip by justice and mercy in order to sway an outcome because the lie they told, they felt might better serve the public rather than the truth. The "Truth" is always the way to go and I think TWU is all about the truth. In the lives of their students and the public on the whole. The "Truth" of the matter is, that those who oppose "Can't handle the TRUTH". Can I get an Amen!
W_W posted a comment · Jun 23, 2018
There are more Californians than there are Canadians (let that sink in), and California (among other states) is proceeding along a path that will inevitably lead to this same sort of government-run tyranny over faithful Christians. It's time to amend the U.S. constitution in ways that strengthen protection for the faithful. (The "establishment clause" was not designed per se to protect believers, but that's a longer discussion for another time.) If we wait any longer---and if it isn't already---it will be too late. Washington's political elites are in the tank for the Brownshirt Left, so our only hope is an Article V "Convention of States" to propose the amendments we need.
Deancooper posted a comment · Jun 23, 2018
If LGBT students are "at risk of significant harm” from attending a Christian law school, then why just take away their accreditation? Why not shut down such a terrible school and arrest those who have done this? Why not shut down all Christian schools that practice biblical values? And why stop there? Why not shut down churches, arrest pastors, and remove children from bible believing families, given this "significant harm"? Isn't that what society already does when children are at significant risk of harm in other ways? I doubt the Canadian Supreme Court thought this through all the way, but surely Satan helped craft the language of this ruling. He knows where this can lead to. But as bad as that is, it's worse that Christians don't seem to care to stand up and push back against this. Where are the marches of concerned Christians upset by this? It seems Christians have largely become sympathetic to the LGBT agenda as well. It appears we don't really believe the bible ourselves any more. The liberal media and entertainment have won our hearts. One might ask where is the fear of God -- but then we've heard so much about God's love, how can anyone fear Him these days? Rather we fear society's condemnation. And we are moved more by the suffering of the LGBT community than by God's call for holiness, sanctification and purity. But then, since when did Christians really care about holiness? And of those who do, how many actually live it? Go do a poll on that Canadian Christian campus. I suspect it's only a minority that actually live out the covenant they signed up for.