Higher Education

Kevin Bauder on the future of fundamentalist education

"By every indicator, historic, mainstream fundamentalism is a shrinking movement. Churches are shrinking. Fellowships are shrinking. Mission agencies are shrinking. Schools have closed and those that remain are scrambling for students. ...This situation confronts Bible colleges and seminaries with a difficult question: how can they continue to train students for ministry in mainstream fundamentalist churches and mission fields?" - P&D

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DeVos’ Title IX regulations restore justice to campus

"New protections assure that the accused enjoys the presumption of innocence and has the right to know the charges against him or her in full, examine all evidence, have an adviser cross-examine testimony at a live hearing, and appeal the outcome. The new rules also allow universities to progress beyond the 'preponderance of the evidence' standard, which is 'the lowest standard of proof,' to the more robust 'clear and convincing evidence' standard." - Acton

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Cedarville places president on leave, announces investigations into hiring, conduct of former faculty member

"The trustees also announced independent investigations into both the hiring of former theology professor Anthony Moore and Moore's conduct while employed at the independent Baptist school." - BPNews

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New alliance unites seminaries, Christian colleges and schools amid ongoing struggles

The new International Alliance for Christian Education's David Dockery: "We'd never worked together because we thought we had our own issues and our own demographic context in which to serve. And we thought that perhaps we could link arms and address some of the challenges better in a synergistic way." - CPost

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“Students at evangelical schools... showed the greatest gains in knowledge of faiths outside of their own.”

"The Interfaith Diversity Experiences and Attitudes Longitudinal Survey (IDEALS)—a panel study that surveys the same students before, during, and at the end of their college career—measures basic knowledge about world religions." - CToday

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Christian Professor Must Use Student's Transgender Pronouns, Judge Rules

"A federal judge last week ruled that a Christian professor was properly disciplined by an Ohio university when he refused to use the preferred pronouns of a biological male student who identifies as female." - Christian Headlines

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