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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.
Non-Traditional Seminary Students Are Changing the Church
A new class of seminarians emerges.
‘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.
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.
Pious Pledges and Consecrated Keggers
Can Christian fraternities and sororities redeem a campus culture bruised from hazing and drowning in alcohol?
Gordon College Receives Record $75.5 Million Donation
The anonymous gift—the largest for an evangelical liberal arts college—will dramatically increase student aid.
Judge: U of Iowa Officials Have to Pay for Repeated Discrimination Against Christian Groups
The recent ruling in favor of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship was the second time the court called out inconsistent policies on campus.
Duke-UNC Middle East Studies Center Flagged for Anti-Christian Bias
The Department of Education called out the program for sidelining non-Muslim faiths—but even Christians wonder whether the feds should oversee college curricula.
See You On My Phone: Apps Spur a New School Prayer Movement
The annual See You at the Pole event has incorporated mobile tools to draw more participants and schedule more gatherings.
Why We Still Need Christian Colleges
As the liberal arts struggle, we should rally around Christian campuses that still embrace them.
Confessions of a Chinese Dreamer
When my immigration status jeopardized my college goals, I discovered my true identity.
Michael W. Smith, Kevin Jonas Launch Liberty University Music Label
Liberty Music Group is the latest venture to help students “take worship to the nations.”
Died: Apologist Norman Geisler, Who Didn’t Have ‘Enough Faith to Be an Atheist’
The masterful theologian leaves behind nearly 130 titles and a global impact.
Taylor President Surprises University with Resignation
Despite the recent controversy over inviting the VP to commencement, his departure is “not related,” according to the board.

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When I Was a Health Risk to Society
When I Was a Health Risk to Society
My radioactive body brought me shame. But I learned how to bring my fears to the Cross.

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