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Do Christian Colleges and Seminaries Have a Moral Responsibility to Screen Ministry Students for Dangerous Mental Disorders?

Most students at Christian colleges want a solid academic experience, but from a biblical perspective. They tend to be honest and open, though they also reflect today’s culture of entitlement. However, there exists a dangerous sub-type that we have been largely unaware of, and many of them are aimed at entering full time ministry as […]

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Five Important Reasons You Should be Using Cooperative Contracts (& Two Things You May Be Wrong About)

I’ve always believed that one of the most unique characteristics of higher education is an inherent willingness to collaborate. Higher ed is an amazingly supportive culture where administrators, academic researchers, scientists and professors learn from and build upon each other’s successes. The same can be said for higher education procurement. Given the financial pressure today’s […]

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California to Christian Colleges: Bow to the Idol of Sexual Liberty, or Perish!

Religious liberty is on the political chopping block in California. Two heinous bills, targeting California’s religious colleges and universities for legislative destruction, have been silently slithering their way though the halls of the state Capital. They accomplish liberty-stripping, conscience-decimating goals by first, blocking student aid at biblically faithful private secondary institutions, and, second, opening the floodgates […]

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