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Supreme Court Strikes Down Discrimination Based on Religion

WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court ruled today in Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia, Inc. v. Corner in favor of religious freedom. By a vote of 7-2, the court upheld the church’s ability to receive government funds for enhancing a playground at their daycare facility that is open to the public. The Council for Christian Colleges & Universities filed a friend of the court brief in April 2016, outlining the religious freedom implications of the federal government limiting access to funds by faith-based institutions of higher education.

Internationalizing Christian Higher Education Conference Encourages Attendees: ‘Learn to Listen, Listen to Learn’

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – For those who are often overwhelmed by a cacophony of demands competing for attention as they seek to expand the international reach of Christian higher education, the third biennial Internationalizing Christian Higher Education conference offered an opportunity to take a step back and actually hear those voices.

Statement on President Trump's Executive Order Promoting Free Speech and Religious Liberty

WASHINGTON — The CCCU commends President Donald Trump’s May 4 statement avowing the foundational principle of religious freedom in the United States. The CCCU believes that religious freedom is a God-given right that affirms the human dignity of every person and is essential to a flourishing society and vibrant democracy. 

 

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