California Baptist University had the legal right to expel a transgender student for violating its code of conduct, according to the ruling of a California judge.
Former nursing student Domaine Javier, a male who identifies as female, charged he was kicked out of the Baptist school because he revealed on an episode of MTV'S "True Life" reality show that he is biologically male. The school said Javier was expelled for falsely claiming on his application that he is female.
Javier sued Cal Baptist in 2011 for discrimination based on gender identity, a violation of California's Unruh Civil Rights Act, which prohibits business establishments from discriminating on the basis of "gender, gender identity and gender expression." But Superior Court Judge Gloria Connor Trask ruled that CBU is not subject to the law because it is not a "business enterprise."...
While it's unlikely that a born again Christian would be transgender, one must keep in mind that a born again Christian is still susceptible to sin. Except by yielding to the Holy Spirit and transforming our minds...there but by the Grace of God go we. How many Christians have lusted, committed adultery, lied, slandered,etc. ? Of course, we don't have to be enslaved to sins which so easily beset us. Whom the Son sets free, is free indeed!