God at the U: He's not dead, just suspended
On July 5, the U's lawyers blinked, sending off a letter to the folks at the FFRF formally agreeing to end the U's membership in the Consortium.
That agreement, however, does not spell the end of the lawsuit. According to FFRF co-founder Annie Laurie Gaylor, the U is still forging ahead with course offerings aimed at training professionals to be 'faith/health leaders.' Such classes, writes Gaylor, "clearly belong at a seminary, not a public University."