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Mergers Create Alma Matter Acquisition Syndrome (AMAS) for Alumni

Cincinnati Christian University and Kentucky Christian University recently announced they are entering into a parnership to merge the two schools. This is  the latest in a series of mergers by independent Christian Church colleges, including Johnson University’s merger with Florida Christian College, Emmanuel Christian Seminary’s merger with Milligan College, and Hope International University’s acquisition of Nebraska Christian College (not to mention whatever is happening with Crossroads College). 520 more words


Jim Estep Seals CCU/KCU Merger with Skyline Chili in Grayson

Grayson, KY – An anonymous source, who was in the closed door discussions leading up to the merger announcement between Cincinnati Christian University (CCU) and Kentucky Christian University (KCU), reports the merger would have failed without Jim Estep.  158 more words


Restoration Herald Sends Streaker to Protest CCU's First Football Game

In a move straight out of a prophet’s playbook, supporters of the Restoration Herald (RH) sent a male streaker to disrupt Cincinnati Christian University’s inaugural football game against Union. 197 more words


Disgruntled Bible College Graduates Post 95 Theses on Chapel Doors

In a call to fix the straying ways of their alma maters, a group of older Christian Church preachers from around the country have posted a protest document to the chapel doors of their respective schools. 316 more words


HS Roundup: Seven Bishop Verot athletes sign with colleges

Defensive tackle Aidan Maribona and first baseman Jessy McLean highlighted a list of seven Bishop Verot athletes who signed National Letters of Intent during a ceremony Wednesday afternoon at Nevins Gymnasium. 233 more words


The Death of the Bible College (and what it means for the Church)

A major player in the Restoration Movement Bible College/Christian University market made a startling announcement last week. Cincinnati Christian University will be terminating over 20 professors and staff at the University. 651 more words