University of Phoenix spurns non-Christian faculty?

A while back, I wrote about the blossoming partnership between University of Phoenix Online and Lutheran High School of Orange County in an article titled University of Phoenix Expands into Religious Teaching. In that article, I noted that the University had sent out a solicitation message asking for instructors interested in getting involved with an online high school venture from LHSOC.

Today the proverbial other shoe dropped, with an email message sent out by the contact person at the University of Phoenix about the program. The letter starts out reasonably enough:

Thank you for your interest in teaching with Lutheran High School of Orange County. It is greatly appreciated. At this juncture, we would like to provide you with some additional details associated with becoming a faculty member in the delivery of online education to students at Lutheran High School of Orange County.

Please read everything very carefully. Because we received such a large response to our initial email, if you remain interested, you MUST resubmit your resume to address masked . Please include your area of interest in the subject line of your email.

It’s what appears subsequent to this introduction that I found so surprising…