Univ of California Allowed to Refuse Some Xian School Credits Court Says Univ has the Right to Refuse
Posted 10 August 2008 - 10:23 AM
Specifically, the court ruled that literature, history, government and world religions courses offered by Calvary Chapel Christian School & one Biology course offered by another school, did not have to be accepted as legitimate high school coursework. This would, obviously, be precedence to examine the quality of similar courses at similar schools.
The attorney or the Xian schools, Robert Tyler, reportedly said in an interview with The Californian: We're worried in the long term, Christian education is going to be continually watered down in order to satisfy the UC school system.
Well, duh, Mr. Tyler! Just because it has the label "Xian" on it doesn't mean it should be given a pass when it comes to quality. Faith & facts are two different things. All people of faith are allowed their own view of "why" things are as they are, but no one is allowed to produce their own set of facts to qualify their position.