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Nothing Personal
The dustup at Baylor is not about its president. It's about change.
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Open or Closed Case?
Controversial theologian John Sanders on way out at Huntington.
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Christian Colleges' Urgent Mission
Christian education is not secular education plus chapel.
Subscriber Access Only The New Missions Generation
Two centuries after Haystack, college students remain excited about missions—but with fundamentally different assumptions.
Subscriber Access Only Christian Higher Education Goes to Russia
Plus: One more argument against U.S. News rankings, and Silver Ring Thing goes to Harvard.
Subscriber Access Only Zipping It
Donna Freitas says that when it comes to sexual ethics, nonreligious schools are failing their students.
Subscriber Access Only Confession Clash
Flagship college cited for faculty faith statement.
Subscriber Access Only Liberty Balance
Johnnie Moore mentors students at Jerry Falwell's university.
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My Top 5 Books for College Students
Must-read picks from Gregory Thornbury, president of The King's College in New York City.
Subscriber Access Only Baylor's Sloan Keeps His Job—Again
Regents steer clear of vote on president; unanimously reaffirm Vision 2012.
Subscriber Access Only Redeeming Law
In a cynical society suspicious of lawyers, Christian law schools are decidedly not.
Subscriber Access Only God's Man in Tulsa: The Life and Ministry of the Original Televangelist
Oral Roberts was a larger-than-life figure in American Christianity.
Subscriber Access Only A Private Matter: Vanderbilt Vets Student Ministries
Campus ministries need different defenses.
Subscriber Access Only Celebrating Faith in Writing
A dispatch from Calvin College's biennial event.
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Working For Justice Will Make You Uncomfortable
Eugene Cho wonders whether we're willing to go beyond paying lip service to social change.
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