Trinity Western University wins hands down in Nova Scotia legal battle

A Nova Scotia judge has issued a stunningly thorough refutation of the bewildering myriad of arguments raised against Trinity Western University’s proposed Christian law school by secular humanists, homosexual advocates, and the legal professions in three provinces.

Mr. Justice Jamie Campbell dismissed as so much nonsense all the reasons the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society (NSBS) advanced to justify its decision to reject the degrees of any law graduates from TWU’s proposed law school, and even ruled that the NSBS did not even have the right to make a decision one way or the other.

“Allowing the NSBS’s decision to stand would have a chilling effect on the liberty of conscience and freedom of religion,” he stated.

Share
  • Exile1981

    Good for TWU, I’m glad the judge shot down all the fake assumptions put forward by the gay maffia as it will prevent them from asking for a retrial based on the judge not looking at one of their arguments.

  • glasnost

    [The Charter’s] purpose is to protect the citizen from the power of the state, not to enforce compliance by citizens or private institutions with the moral judgments of the state

    More beautiful words than these have not been uttered in a Canadian court.

  • pettifog

    How long before this judge is forced to retire early for “personal reasons”?

  • BillyHW

    The only freedom liberals truly believe in is pelvic freedom.