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God Called Me to Encourage Fellow Black Students in White Coats
CCCU Young Alumni Award winner discusses how diversity in medicine improves care for the most vulnerable.
How Not to Read Cheesy Books with Your Quarantined Kids
Two judges for the CT Book Awards reflect on what makes books “good”—and why that matters for children during a global crisis.
COVID-19 导致下降, 伤及CCCCU 校园
COVID-19 導致下降, 傷及CCCCU 校園
Turnover Rate Rising for Christian College Presidents
Replacements focus on new recruitment strategies and sustainability.
Priesthood of All Professors? Court to Consider ‘Ministerial Exception’ for Gordon College
Decision could impact freedom of faculty, ability of evangelical institutions to hire and fire.
The Teacher is More than the Teaching
We learn more by emulation than by education
Writing as a Christian Means Joining a Banquet, Not a Battle
How we can use our words to feed each other rather than destroy each other.
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Seminary Now -- for you and your church
Bertaruh Nyawa di ‘Negeri Atas Awan’
Di pegunungan Papua, para misionaris dan kaum profesional Indonesia bersama melayani mereka yang terhilang.
Life and Death in ‘The Land of the Clouds’
In the mountains of Papua, missionaries and Indonesian professionals serve the lost together.
In My Remote Corner of India, Christianity Is Seen as a Cultural Threat
Why I embraced it anyway.
Cuando murió la tercera parte de la humanidad
¿Cómo respondieron los cristianos ante la peste negra, la mayor catástrofe en la historia de la humanidad?
Institutionalism: Good or Bad for the Church?
Institutions been part of Christianity from Jesus On
Muslims Join Evangelical Theology Conference
Annual gathering of Christian scholars seeks better engagement with Islam.
Fewer International Students at Christian Colleges
COVID-19 causes decline, hurting CCCU campuses.
A Gift
How seminary has become a gift
Did Bobby Get Suspended Because He Was Black?
Concerns for racial justice must address disparities in education and school discipline.

Top Story January 19, 2021

Biden’s Big Bible Is Heavy with History, Symbolism
Biden’s Big Bible Is Heavy with History, Symbolism
Experts say the second Catholic president is pointing to American tradition and deep personal roots.

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