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Three Evangelical Colleges Cut Tuition Prices
Seattle Pacific, Houghton, and Gordon want prospective students to see Christian liberal arts colleges as an affordable option.
Teaching Politics at Belmont Has Me Worried About the State of Debate
Long before coming to campus, President Trump has shaped our class discussions, for better and worse.
Christian Colleges Are in Crisis. Here’s What That Means for the Church.
If we save them, our schools can be beacons of light for the Christian community.
Southwestern, Baylor Sue Foundation that Shifted Support After Paige Patterson’s Firing
The schools were stated beneficiaries but say they lost their input in recent restructuring.
Christian Colleges Are Changing to Survive. Is it Working?
Faced with declining enrollments, evangelical schools add programs, cut programs, and hope.
What Happens at Liberty Doesn’t Stay at Liberty
The Falwell investigation has far-reaching consequences for local churches in Virginia and beyond.
11 Back-to-School Prayers
Short liturgies for anxious parents, teachers, and students.
Jerry Falwell Jr. Finally Resigns from Liberty Amid Sex Scandal
(UPDATED) Board leaders decide return of Christian university’s president wouldn’t be in its “best interest” after dueling accounts of an affair make news.
Christian Colleges: God Wants You to Wear a Mask to Class
With new campus covenants, dozens of evangelical schools are extending calls to “love your neighbor” to apply to a range of coronavirus safeguards.
Why Liberty Finally Reacted to Jerry Falwell Jr.’s Antics
How the popular evangelical university and its president fit into the larger world Christian higher ed.
Hundreds of Positions Eliminated at Evangelical Colleges and Universities
Ongoing financial concerns exacerbated by COVID-19.
Jerry Falwell Jr. Takes Leave of Absence from Liberty
The university’s board of trustees met Friday following controversy over a photo circulating on social media.
Evangelical Leaders Ask ICE Not to ‘Mistreat the Foreigner’ With Student Visa Policy
UPDATE: New protocols for international students rescinded after university backlash.
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.
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.
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.

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Chinese American Christians Are More Politically Engaged—and More Divided
Chinese American Christians Are Becoming More Politically Engaged—and More Divided
The 2020 race brings out generational gaps within the most undecided Asian American demographic.

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