In their battle for religious freedom and the rights of Christian students, Trinity Western won a case in Nova Scotia but recently lost in Ontario.
Lawyer John Carpay of the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms represents TWU.
He explains how this is possible, how the Ontario judges misinterpreted the basic concept of "discrimination," and then speculates that the case will might go all the way to Canada's Supreme Court.
I think it's obvious that the Ontario court's decision was "purely political," motivated by ideology rather than the law. Can you imagine if Jewish or Muslim law school students were the ones being singled out by the courts?
The Rebel's viewers have been very generous with their support for John Carpay and his fight for the religious freedom of TWU's students. He's very grateful, and so am I.
Can I ask you to keep donating to this worthy (and expensive) human rights battle?