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Revival Across Evangelical Colleges in 1995

When I was an undergrad, my college pastor told me about a revival he experienced when he was a Wheaton College student in 1995 where hundreds of students lined up to confess and repent of their sins after an evening of worship.  639 more words

Theology

Schools with an Overall Quality Rating of 4.0 or Higher

Last week we looked at the top CCCU schools that had the highest Average Professor Ratings on Ratemyprofessors.com. This week we list the campuses from our initial study group ( 215 more words

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If Fundamentalists Hate So Many People, Why Do They Love Artists?

Why does the leading fundamentalist university in America also have one of its best private art collections? Not just a collection of Jack Chick cartoons… 1,202 more words

Higher (Power) Education

MOOCing Jesus

Does online education work? A new survey of college faculty by Gallup for Inside Higher Education offers an unstartling new answer: It depends. Here at ILYBYGTH, we have a different question: Does online education work for conservative religious colleges? 566 more words

Higher (Power) Education

Salvation from a liberal perspective

By Christopher Cudworth

The Second Presbyterian church in downtown Lancaster, Pennsylvania was our family’s religious home from my elementary school years through middle school. Then we pulled up roots and moved to the tiny town of Elburn deep in the cornfields of Illinois. 1,562 more words

Theology And Philosophy For The Post Modern Age

Top Ten Schools By Professor Quality

Many faculty members are highly skeptical of ratemyprofessors.com, and there are good reasons for this skepticism.  However, a recent piece in the Chronicle of Higher Education provides some interesting research suggesting that instructor ratings on ratemyprofessors.com may have some value.   174 more words

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Exit Pollster in the Inner City - My Election Day Story

I’ll bet my Election Day was more interesting than yours: while you were busy going to work and voting (of course!), I was hanging out in the inner city of Milwaukee as an exit pollster.  606 more words