Will the rights of self-identifying Muslims and Christians also be protected to the same extent?
I understand the desire to foster a inclusive environment for students. That's a laudable goal but I wonder if students who self identify as Muslim or Christian will be afford the same rights. In other words, they believe in the tenants of their self identified faith. And, that God created man and women in his image (referring to a Christian self identifier) and that there are only men and women as created by God.
We'll they be forced to deny the tenants of their religious identity? Will they be forced to violate the essence of their being?
Are teachers allowed to provide religious ministry or education to students if they self identify as Christians? If not, why are we making exceptions for others?