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Carver Baptist Bible College receives ABHE accreditation

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In a historic move that’s been more than 10 years in the making, Carver Baptist Bible College, Institute, and Theological Seminary received its initial accreditation from the internationally recognized Association of Biblical ...

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Midwest Christian College Expo Feb. 24

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Christian colleges from across the nation come to Kansas City on Saturday, Feb. 24 for the Midwest Christian College Expo. The expo is FREE—No registration required. It celebrates 26 years as the ...

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Missouri may expand private and home-school scholarships

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The Missouri Legislature may have good news for parents who home-school their children or send them to private schools. Several proposals under consideration could expand a scholarship program that pays more than ...

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Wheaton College responds to “woke” label

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Wheaton College is firing back after being labeled “woke” in a Fox News column.  President Philip Ryken called the claim “incendiary” in a statement. Columnist Tim Scheiderer wrote in his article that the school ...

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Approaching the Bible as a well-trained pilot

If you have ever been a passenger in an airplane, you have appreciated the qualities of a well-trained pilot. Come to think of it, anyone looking up at an airplane flying overhead ...

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Baptist Bible College in Springfield rebrands as Mission University as turnaround continues

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Baptist Bible College in Springfield is changing its name to Mission University. The rebranding references the founding purpose of the institution to train Christian pastors and missionaries. “We have overcome in the ...

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Harvard antisemitism head once labeled Israel an “apartheid” state

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Harvard University’s efforts to address antisemitism on campus are not off to a promising start. The co-chair of the new antisemitism taskforce, Derek Penslar, director of Harvard’s Center for Jewish Studies, has ...

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Huge Christian college fair is Feb. 24 in Kansas City

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Christian universities from across the nation will visit Kansas City Feb. 24 for the largest Christian College fair in the Midwest. The 26th annual Christian College Expo will feature up to 50 ...

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Wheaton College restricts use of preferred pronouns

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One of the nation’s leading evangelical colleges has weighed in on politically correct speech. Wheaton College in Wheaton, Ill, recently updated its student and employee handbooks to restrict the ability to designate ...

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Government steps up legal action against Grand Canyon University, other Christian colleges

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The Biden Administration, through the FTC, is ramping up legal action against the nation’s largest Christian universities. The move has been described by some as an unfair attack costing the schools millions ...

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Missouri homeschoolers may get more access to public schools

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Missouri state Sen. Ben Brown of Washington has pre-filed a bill that would allow homeschooled students to participate in public school activities. It has been coupled with provisions rolling back state oversight ...

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More Christian colleges have relationships with abortion providers

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One in 10 Christian colleges maintains a relationship with Planned Parenthood or other abortion providers, a new study found. This support has increased by 10 percent since 2021 Students for Life of ...

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Senate bill strips funding from colleges that allow antisemitism

Federal funding would be rescinded for colleges that do not condemn antisemitism on campus under a bill pending in the U.S. Senate. Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., is demanding an immediate vote on ...

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Professor sues after firing over tweet on sexuality

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A theology professor in England is suing his Methodist college after being fired for a tweet that defended biblical sexuality. Last spring, Cliff College in Derbyshire dismissed Aaron Edwards for allegedly bringing ...

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Missouri school board adopts gender identity policy, rejects freedom of religion language

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Board members of Missouri’s largest school district voted 4-3 to adopt a “gender identity and sexual orientation” policy while rejecting the ability to opt out under freedom of religion protections. Members of ...

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Campus rabbis respond to rise of antisemitism at nation’s colleges

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College rabbis are sounding the alarm about the spike in antisemitism on the nation’s campuses. Several who were in New York City for Brooklyn’s annual Chabad event spoke to the “New York ...

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Popularity of homeschooling surging in surprising places

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It’s no surprise that homeschooling has become increasingly popular since the pandemic. What is surprising is that it is growing even in large cities and among a range of political ideologies. “The ...

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Grand Canyon University accuses government of targeting school

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The U.S. Department of Education is unfairly targeting Grand Canyon University, its president says. President Brian Mueller was asked if he believes the federal government’s investigations are religiously motivated. “Well, they haven’t ...

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Why is it so hard for elite universities to condemn Hamas terrorism?

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America’s leading universities have an antisemitism problem—and it starts at the top. This past week, university presidents and deans across the country wrote to their students and faculties to express concern in ...

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St. Louis mom on supporting your kids at college

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Missouri mother Mindy Horwitz, like many parents, had to adjust when her kids left home for college. She founded mindyKNOWS, an organization that helps guide young adults through the ups and downs of ...

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Christian college president criticizes “neo-Marxist worldview” on many campuses

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Americans have been shocked at the level of antisemitism expressed on elite college campuses since Hamas attacked Israel. “We’re seeing this in university campuses around the country,” says Donald Sweeting, Ph.D., chancellor ...

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Researchers turn to artificial intelligence to read fragile ancient scrolls

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Artificial intelligence is helping researchers unlock the secrets of ancient scrolls. University of Kentucky computer scientists used AI technology to read an ancient script that was burned when Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD. ...

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Group to spend $10 million supporting school choice in 2024 elections

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School choice has become a hot issue in the wake of the pandemic. As the 2024 election season approaches, the American Federation for Children is launching a super PAC called AFC Victory ...

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One in three Missourians considers their public schools to be of poor quality

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Nearly one-third of Missouri voters consider their public schools to be of poor quality, up from 17 percent a year earlier. A recent survey by St. Louis University and YouGov found Missouri ...

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Missouri sues school board over secret meetings on bathroom policy

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Attorney General Andrew Bailey is suing the Wentzville School Board in eastern Missouri for allegedly hiding its transgender bathroom policy from parents. “Parents have the right to know who is in the ...

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