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Canada’s First Christian Law School Opposed over Gay Lifestyle Ban:
Trinity Western University’s community covenant would be “fundamentally incompatible” with Canadian core values, argue law school deans.
by Melissa Steffan
TWU president Jonathan Raymond has responded to the law deans in a letter of his own, according to the Vancouver Sun. Raymond argues that TWU’s covenant is “consistent with federal and provincial law.”
This is not the first time TWU has dealt with questions about its community covenant. The school was denied accreditation over its community covenant, but a 2001 Canadian Supreme Court ruling “upheld the right of Trinity Western’s teacher training program to apply the community covenant to bar homosexual relationships.”
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