California Bill Introduced to Remove Religious Exemption From “Anti-Discrimination” Laws

We would expect that there would not long be the ability of Christian universities and institution to hide behind their Christian founding. It is hard to see any way that the LGBT left would be able to stop from the complete dismantling that they have begun.

This incrementalism has begun, and it will not stop until all is wiped out pillar to post. The reason for this is that this was the goal all along. There is nothing that can be clear but the aim of this twisted agenda was the destruction of the church.

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And the demolition continues.

Christian News reports

Concerns are being expressed over a California bill that some believe could ban Christian universities from living out their faith regarding homosexuality and transgenderism, and potentially other issues as well.

S.B. 1146 was introduced in February by Sen. Ricardo Lara, D-Bell Gardens, to close what Lara called a “loophole” in current federal and state law, including the religious exemption allowed under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.

This will mean the secularizing of all universities. There will be no school that is not explicitly and exclusively a divinity or bible college that will not have to allow the homosexual and transgender movement to rule their policy.

This is not hyperbole; this is what the bill leaves us with.

Christian News continues

“Each postsecondary educational institution in this state that claims an exemption pursuant to Section 901(a)(3) of the federal Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 … shall disclose to current and prospective students, faculty members, and employees the basis for claiming the exemption,” his proposed bill reads in part.

The only exemption would be in relation to programs that “prepare students to become ministers of the religion … to enter upon some other vocation of the religion … or to teach theological subjects pertaining to the religion.”

Thus, as Samuel James of the SBC put it

“Conceivably, supporters of the bill are fine with the idea of students receiving a religious education that teaches that marriage is the union of a man and a woman, and that sexual expressions outside this category are morally problematic—as long as this education is clearly not intended to go beyond the walls of a church service or a seminary lecture hall,” he stated. “Pastors and polemicists, yes. Business managers and brain surgeons, not so much.”

As we are finding out, if we as Christians fail to take dominion, then the Humanist will not.

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