(ONE NEWS NOW) -- After a pair of 7–2 rulings on Friday by the Supreme Court of Canada, the law societies of Ontario and British Columbia are now permitted to deny Trinity Western University]s (TWU) proposed law school accreditation because of its Christian standards of morality outlined in its community covenant.
“As a Christian institution, Trinity Western requires students and faculty to abide by biblical boundaries on sexual behavior,” WND reported. “The covenant also requires students to abstain from, among other things, obscene language, harassment, lying, stealing, pornography and drunkenness.”
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Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) International allied attorney Gerald Chipeur – whose Canadian firm, Miller Thompson LLP, represented TWU in the lawsuits – argued that the decision clearly discriminates against Christians and violates their religious freedom guaranteed to all Canadians.