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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.
Learning About Other Faiths Doesn’t Lead Evangelical Students to Lose Theirs
Compared to other colleges, students at evangelical institutions end up gaining the most knowledge of world religions.
Ex-Christian Post Publisher, Bible College Convicted in $35M Fraud Scheme
The money laundering case left a Christian media network out of business and Olivet University owing $1.25 million.
Lessons from the Long-Shot Bid to Bring Christian Liberal-Arts Education to Russia
The Russian-American Christian University had a brief lifespan and a limited enrollment. But the school planted seeds that might flower in the future.
Christian College Grads Care More About Helping, Less About Money
Study suggests religious schools should emphasize distinctives.
Cohort Education at Northern Seminary: MA in New Testament
Seminary education is needed more today than at any time in church history.
A Gift to the Church: International Students at Our Doorstep
God’s gift to us is the opportunity to touch the nations and be touched by them in a very warm, close, and personal way.
Why Consider a Formal Education for Ministry?
An intentional degree is one in which people who have gone before you have thought deeply on it and created a curriculum to give you greater direction.
Supreme Court Reconsiders State Bans on Public Funding for Religious Schools
Could a Montana school choice case be the end of Blaine amendments?
Trump Pledges to Protect ‘Right to Pray’ in Public Schools
Updated guidance reaffirms First Amendment protections and provides new pathways for complaints.
Non-Traditional Seminary Students Are Changing the Church
A new class of seminarians emerges.
Christian Sex Ed in an Age of Ubiquitous Porn
How anxious parents should speak with their kids about a complicated topic.
‘Divine Collision’ in Uganda Changed New Pepperdine President’s Life
Before he was named to the university’s top post, law professor Jim Gash helped free a falsely convicted teen in East Africa and became an advocate for justice reform.
Georgia Endorsed Bible Classes. Twice. But Schools Aren’t Teaching Them.
Why a growing political push to put the Bible in classrooms only has a minor impact.
Theologians: Don’t Lose Sight of Theology’s Most Basic Task
Students and teachers alike need to remember the difference between knowing theology and knowing God.
The Road from Damascus: How a Syrian Christian Spoke at Harvard’s Commencement
From Homs to Harvard Divinity to Fuller Seminary, Tony Amoury Alkhoury trusts God to “bring life out of deadly events.”
Fuller Seminary Won’t Leave Pasadena After All
The school backed out of its move to Pomona—where administrators hoped to save money and upgrade to high-tech facilities—due to holdups with selling its property.
Southwestern Defends Female Profs After Leaked Email from Patterson Staffer
The new Southern Baptist seminary president works to repair relationships—and maintain donors—in his predecessor’s wake.
At Christian Institutions, Leaders Weigh the Cost of Progress
New presidents seek to balance tradition and innovation.

Top Story April 8, 2020

Coronavirus Searches Lead Millions to Hear About Jesus
Coronavirus Searches Lead Millions to Hear About Jesus
Tens of thousands have clicked to pray for salvation since the outbreak. Is the increase temporary or a harbinger of greater gospel witness online?

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