What is acceptable in the eyes of men isn't always right in the eyes of God. And for people (and schools) of faith, God's ways must take precedence. The apostles Peter and John were criticized by Jerusalem's civil authorities for preaching the good news about Jesus Christ. Their response was a model for us all: “We must obey God rather than men” (Acts 5:29). Many people who reject God, or redefine him on their own terms, think that biblical morality is “outdated, draconian and laughable.”
Tragically, it is the very rejection of that morality that has caused an enormous amount of disease, heartache and broken relationships for many of them.
In rejecting God's ways, we deprive ourselves of his best for our lives and invite in a host of negative consequences. We do our young people no favor by allowing them to reject the life-affirming values of integrity, chastity and accountability.