LETTER: Bias against Christians

Bias against Christians A California district court has ruled in favor of the University of California's dangerous ad
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

 

Bias against Christians

A California district court has ruled in favor of the University of California's dangerous admissions policy which rejects the validity of courses taught from a Christian perspective, namely at Calvary Chapel Christian School, therefore denying Christian school students admission to their university.

This decision is not only unconstitutional, stemming from fundamentally flawed reasoning, but it has fatal potential for Christian education nationwide as well. Numerous other public university systems across the nation could adopt similar policies, making it much more difficult for many students at Christian high schools to gain admission to public universities and forcing Christian schools to consider changing their curriculum.

The American Center for Law and Justice is standing in staunch support of the rights of Christian school students across the country in the case of Association of Christian Schools International v. Stearns, pending before the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Show

your strong support by adding your name to the ACLJ's online committee supporting Christian students. As a member of the committee, your interests will be represented in our important amicus brief, filed at the Ninth Circuit Court, pushing for protection of the constitutional rights of Christian school students who face discrimination in America's courtrooms and classrooms.

Joy M. Downing

Norwalk