Why did Canada’s law societies ban Christian lawyers?

From Ezra Levant’s email list:
Dear JM,

Trinity Western University’s law school is fully accredited. But because its students live by Christian values, the Law Society of Upper Canada and the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society have voted to ban TWU graduates from practicing law in their provinces.

It’s a shocking attack on freedom of religion — clearly contrary to the promise of freedom of religion in Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

You can watch my TV clip on this issue and read my Sun column about it too. Please join me in demanding that these law societies immediately rescind their bigoted rulings. Sign the petition at AntiChristian.ca.

Let’s keep fighting for freedom until everyone is equal before the law.

Have a good weekend!

Yours truly,

Ezra Levant

P.S. You can be the first to read my new book! It will be in bookstores on May 13th, but you can pre-order your copy of Groundswell: The Case for Fracking on Amazon now.


News Stories

The Globe and Mail: I voted for Trinity Western U because of the rule of law by Tony Wilson, Apr 29, 2014

National Post: Maybe TWU’s critics should take a look at U.S. Christian law schools by Jonathan Kay, April 25, 2014

The Cardus Daily: Do Canadian Christians Have the Right to Practice Law? by Albertos Polizogopoulos, Apr 25, 2014

The Globe and Mail: N.S. law society rejects accreditation as long as Trinity Western maintains same-sex covenant by James Bradshaw and Jane Taber, April 25, 2014

The Globe and Mail: Inside Trinity Western’s struggle between faith and equality by Andrea Woo, Mar 4, 2014

The Globe and Mail: Have some faith in Christian law school by John G. Stackhouse, Feb 3, 2014

National Post: Law Deans’ position on Trinity Western would shut every law school in Canada by Barbra Kay, Jan 25, 2013


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  2. Sadly the so-called Free West is quickly losing its sense of the Judeo-Christian natural law and true moral ethics! The displacement of natural law has come from modernity & postmodernity!

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