“What’s the deal with California Senate Bill 1146? People have said it will shutter religious colleges and reduce religious freedom. In part, it changes language in the already existing California Education Code. Specifically, it shrinks the religious exemption in one part of the code, Section 66271. Whereas the section currently exempts all religious institutions from antidiscrimination enforcement, the current version of SB 1146 makes some indeterminate part of postsecondary religious instruction non-exempt.”
Blogger Lewis over at Cogitating Duck, a Biola Masters’ student in Apologetics, helps us understand the bill’s broader implications for Christian higher education and religious liberty, and offers us a simple case against SB 1146.