From Alan Jacobs’ Sent Folder: Christian Education in the Legal Future

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From Alan Jacobs:

A great many other Christian colleges may well, in the coming decade or two, have to close their doors because they lack the financial resources and reputational stature to respond effectively to legal challenges, denial of federal student-loan funding, and de-accreditation. At the very least, religious schools will be threatened with constant demands that they bow to Caesar; even if they can get legal verdicts in their favor that will only be after great expense; and I find it impossible to imagine a future in which religious institutions won’t always be dealing with discrimination suits.

If we who teach at religiously-based institutions have any chance of maintaining the status quo, we’ll need to articulate that more general account of what [Christian] schools [of higher education]…do and why even those who have no religious belief, or even sympathy with religious belief, should value that work.

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