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(Bob Jones finally dropped that ban in 2000.) Chief Justice John Roberts likewise noted that the decision could affect everything from married-couple housing to benefits for gay employees’ families, writing in his dissent that “there is little doubt that these and similar questions will soon be before this Court.”As of now, it’s still largely unclear how will be interpreted on the religious-liberty front—particularly when it comes to the federal funding that provides a large portion of these schools’ operating budgets.
Meanwhile, it appears that some evangelical colleges are tentatively opening up to discussions about new LGBT policies. For example, Illinois’s Wheaton College, Billy Graham’s alma mater, recently hosted a spirited debate about the topic on campus.
Cedarville’s unequivocal rejection of gay marriage is consistent with the “human sexuality statements” for dozens of the 121 members of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities, the nation’s premier organization of accredited evangelical higher-education institutions.
Lots of Christian-affiliated colleges have either declined to take a political stance on gay marriage or adopted more-inclusive policies to keep up with the shifting legal landscape and evolving social trends.
Now the question is: “What will happen if an institution's religious mission conflicts with the new understanding of sexual-orientation discrimination?
”Some evangelical colleges intentionally forgo federal funding in order to avoid government interference in their operations.
Frank Lo Monte, the executive director of the Student Press Law Center, argues that evangelical-college administrators have been “slow learners” when it comes to addressing evolving viewpoints.