A Tale of Two Christian Colleges

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A Tale of Two Christian Colleges  — Two Christian colleges, both founded in 1906, both about the same size, have gone in different directions.  College of the Ozarks has opted for being a bit peculiar and is thriving.  Louisiana College tried the conventional and is struggling.

The Dignity Deniers

The Dignity Deniers  —  Dominant cultural voices argue that an individual’s moral worth should be predicated upon his or her individual capacities of the moment.  This view is most acutely expressed in bioethics, the field that wields tremendous influence over health-care public policies and in the ethical protocols of medicine.

Private Schools for the Public Good

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Private Schools for the Public Good  —  The Cardus Think Tank has released its 2014 education survey which presents evidence that non-public and particularly parochial schools promote the public good even above public schools and that school choice should become part of education policy.  

The Full This-Worldliness of Life

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The Full This-Worldliness of Life  —  Dietrich Bonhoeffer continues to receive attention and study as perhaps the twentieth century’s chief voice and case study on the two kingdoms.  This review examines Strange Glory: A Life of Dietrich Bonhoeffer by Charles Marsh (Knopf, 2014), widely regarded as a solid contribution to the literature.

Student Religious Groups Removed at 23 CSU Campuses

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Student Religious Groups Removed at 23 CSU Campuses Over Leadership Issue  —  Intervarsity Fellowship and other student organizations have been, in modern campus terminology, “derecognized” by California State University schools.  They will no longer be a recognized campus organization on any of the 23 schools in that system.  This article offers analysis of this developing […]

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