By sifilings Oct 02 2014 Human TraffickingGay AgendaAccreditation board gives Gordon College a year to review policy on homosexuality Gordon College Will Lose Accreditation over Behavioral Standards 2139 reads There are 5 Comments Truly Amazing... Wayne Wilson - Thu, 10/02/2014 - 11:30am The Gay-agenda folks think of every avenue, every possible way to marginalize and shut down alternative voices. They work hard. Diversity gets more narrow by the day. This one approach could seriously degrade the entire Christian higher education system...if it catches on. And it will. I know, who needs accreditation? Students wanting to transfer credits, or go higher up the educational ladder, that's who. This is Soviet style marginalization of believers. "You don't want to wear the red scarf? Fine. You'll never be allowed to earn your way to higher places in life." Yup, Young Pioneers Bert Perry - Thu, 10/02/2014 - 11:40am Because obviously, young people are not getting a good education unless they're allowed to engage in activity that, at least over the past 30 years or so, is statistically likely to give HIV to about 20% of those who partake in it. Next up; college which refuse to allow young people to play Russian Roulette will lose accreditation. Join the Young Pioneers now! Aspiring to be a stick in the mud. Quick answer: Andrew Comings - Thu, 10/02/2014 - 6:33pm Yes. And it will be a precedent for the disenfranchising of Christian higher education accross the country. And believe it or not, I'm an optimist! Missionary in Brazil, author of "The Astonishing Adventures of Missionary Max" Online at: http://www.comingstobrazil.com http://cadernoteologico.wordpress.com This just as Rob Fall - Thu, 10/02/2014 - 8:55pm schools like BJU are getting with it on the matter of accreditation. Action like this plays to the fears of the anti-accreditation faction. Hoping to shed more light than heat.. Good reminder Wayne Wilson - Fri, 10/03/2014 - 9:19am Rob Fall wrote: schools like BJU are getting with it on the matter of accreditation. Action like this plays to the fears of the anti-accreditation faction. Rob, I had forgotten about BJU. I am glad to hear their grads have had no problems going on to get advanced degrees at other universities.