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Despite an onslaught of threatening lawsuits attacking the most benign of personal religious expressions in school settings, these students have discovered how to study the Bible in the classroom—legally.
After two years as CFNIs executive director, the best-selling author leaves his alma mater. Find out why.
U.S. student debt levels are surging, but along with degrees and skills the loans are producing perverse incentives and unforeseen economic consequences.
For more than 30 years, Kenneth Ulmer has worn two hats: pastor and academic. But just because hes stepped down as president of The Kings University doesnt mean hes schooling his Los Angeles megachurch any less these days.
Killed in a church shooting, Sydney Browning never had a chance to meet the 62 second-graders of Granada Primary School. But today shes changed their lives, thanks to a universitys 11-year promise fulfilled.
How a generation bent on making a difference is changing Christian higher education.
Why more Christian universities and colleges are branching out with Israel-based programs.