Clarks Summit University (formerly Summit University, and before that formerly Baptist Bible College) made headlines this week when it told a gay student seeking to finish the last six credits toward his bachelor’s degree to, in essence, “get lost.” Setting aside Biblical arguments over the righteousness or wickedness of one’s sexual identity (I happen to think the question’s irrelevant), it seems counterproductive for a school that’s seen a 50 percent drop in undergraduate enrollment from 2000 to 2016 to turn down anyone’s money.