Anti-Christian Bias in University of Wisconsin System
In cases like these, secular governmental institutions usually try to defend their actions in terms of a “separation of church and state.”
The problem is that there is no such thing in the Constitution, and the founders of this country never intended such a thing.
Not only that, current court decisions usually favor the concept “viewpoint neutrality,” meaning that state institutions can neither favor nor discriminate against Christian viewpoints.
Thus there is simply no Constitutional basis for these anti-Christian actions. What they reveal is the biases of the people running the system.