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Majority Leader Mitch Mc Connell and House Majority Leader John Boehner to express their concern over the potential loss of tax-exempt status.
The letter was signed by the Association of Christian Schools International, which represents 34 schools in South Carolina, and the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools (SCACS), which represents 71 schools in the state.
Huey Mills is waiting, with some apprehension, for the other shoe to drop.
Anderson’s policy appears similar in language to Baylor University, another Southern Baptist university, which was criticized this summer for specific references against homosexual acts. Jeff Duncan, Trey Gowdy, Mick Mulvaney, Mark Sanford and Joe Wilson have each signed on as sponsors. Attorney General Alan Wilson and 14 other attorneys general penned a letter to Mc Connell and Boehner on July 2 voicing their concern that the IRS would deny tax-exempt status to religious organizations.
Baylor reworded its policy to remove references to all specific sexual acts, regardless of orientation. Tony Beam, vice president for student services at North Greenville University and director of the Christian Worldview Center, and 29 leaders from religious organizations signed a letter to Mc Connell and Boehner last week to urge its passage, saying the court’s decision has “shaken millions of people of faith in our nation.”“I think that we’re concerned, as believers in Jesus Christ, that we could be forced to give approval to something that the Scripture teaches that we cannot,” Beam said. Earlier this month, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen assured that his agency would not target the tax-exempt status of religious organizations based on their opposition to gay marriage.
The state Baptist Convention recently posted a document to its website titled “Protecting Your Ministry from Sexual Orientation Gender Identity Lawsuits.”It provides checklists for churches, schools and ministries to define a statement of faith, mission statement, employment criteria and other aspects to gain the broadest protection from sexual orientation gender identity laws being passed across the country, according to its authors, the Alliance Defending Freedom and the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission.