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D. L. Mayfield: The American Dream Makes Four False Promises
The writer and activist measures them against the promises of Scripture and finds them wanting.
Teaching Remotely Is Hard. Studying Jesus Can Help.
Four practical ways teachers can keep impacting their students as they teach through a screen.
Died: Beka Horton, Who Developed Abeka Christian School Curriculum
With her husband Arlin, she rejected secular education and pioneered an alternative that started with student discipline.
Supreme Court Dismisses State Ban on Public Funding for Religious Schools
Update: Could a Montana school choice case be the end of Blaine amendments?
Cedarville President Reinstated Despite ‘Clouding’ Former Employee’s Past Abuse
Trustees release a summary of findings from an internal investigation, while a pastor who oversaw the restoration process resigns.
Controversy and Coronavirus Keep Church Plants Out of Schools
Church of the Highlands’s expulsion in Birmingham has some pastors worried about growing scrutiny.
Dozens of Christian College Faculty Eliminated in Spring Budget Cuts
For evangelical schools, declining enrollment poses a greater challenge than COVID-19.
African American Alumni Call on Jerry Falwell Jr. to Step Down
Thirty-five faith leaders who went to Liberty University released a letter criticizing the college president's rhetoric, including his recent blackface mask tweet.
A filosofia evangélica está florescendo, apesar das más notícias
E isso é uma boa notícia, porque nos ajuda a buscar a bondade, a verdade e a beleza.
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Amid the Stresses and Strains of Higher Education, Christian Study Centers Are Thriving
How a postwar evangelical movement to unite mind and heart spread to campuses across the country.
Despite Bad News, Evangelical Philosophy Is Flourishing
And that’s good news, because it helps us pursue goodness, truth, and beauty.
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What Makes a Minister? Supreme Court Debates Hiring and Firing Protections.
Another case involving Christian teachers challenges the “ministerial exception” that shields religious institutions from certain anti-discrimination lawsuits.
Why We Opened a Christian University in Iraq Amid ISIS’ Genocide
CT interviews Stephen Rasche on Erbil’s Catholic presence, the need for Christian unity, and why Christians will “no longer be shy” with the gospel.
After SAT and ACT Cancel, Registrations Soar for Classical Education Exam
An alternative college admissions test, used by some Christian schools, draws a record 50,000 students.
How to Talk with a High School Senior Who Is Reconsidering Fall Plans
Encouraging students to accept that they do not need to know how the future will unfold will give them the freedom to live in the present and learn to make decisions from a place of freedom, not control.
COVID-19 Shutdowns Are Shifting Seminary Education
With layoffs at Fuller and Southern, theological schools navigate financial pressures to keep training “spiritual responders.”
Why So Many High Schoolers Are Considering A Gap Year
Of the students who are questioning their fall plans, most are looking to take a gap year or enroll in a part-time program.
The Promise and Paradox of Christian Higher Education
These institutions are important. But they must change.
How Christian Colleges Have Been Revising Student Handbooks Since ObergefellSubscriber Access Only
Schools wrestle with best ways to serve LGBT students, stay true to traditional teachings.
The Virtue and Necessity of Mentorship
Successful students remember the professors who guided them.

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Hashtags Hit Too Close to Home
Hashtags Hit Too Close to Home
Racism in America is a white person's sin issue that can only be resolved by white America.

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