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What a Title IX lawsuit might mean for religious universities

By William Trollinger and Susan Trollinger Today we share our article, which appears at The Conversation. Our thanks to the editors’ generous sharing policy, which allows us to share our article in its entirety here. A recent lawsuit has charged the U.S....

Facing the Apocalypse: The REAP lawsuit and Moderate Evangelical Universities

by William Trollinger Baylor’s Gay Prom. Image via Baylor University Gamma Alpha Upsilon. As reported in an earlier post, 33 former and current college and seminary students – under the auspices of the Religious Exemption Accountability Project (REAP) – have...

The REAP lawsuit: An Apocalyptic Moment for Evangelical Colleges

by William Trollinger “Meet the Plaintiffs” image courtesy of the Religious Exemption Accountability Project (REAP), 2021. In the wake of the 2015 Supreme Court ruling (Obergefell v. Hodges) legalizing same-sex marriage, a good friend of mine predicted...