David Dawson on Why Homeschooling Rings Our Bell

David Dawson on Why Homeschooling Rings Our Bell

David Dawson is a communications specialist with the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board. NASHVILLE (BP) – It was a tough decision. For several weeks, my wife and...
Spurgeon College Launches Volleyball Era

Spurgeon College Launches Volleyball Era

The volleyball era at Spurgeon College got off to a rousing start on Sept. 1, as the Knights battled Calvary University in a five-set...
Southwestern Seminary and Baylor University File Suit Against Foundation, Alleging ‘Secret Coup’

Southwestern Seminary and Baylor University File Suit Against Foundation, Alleging ‘Secret Coup’

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP) – Southwestern Seminary and Baylor University have filed suit against a charitable foundation which was set up solely to benefit the schools. The...
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A Growing Number of Catholic Schools Are Shutting Down Forever

In more than four decades of coaching girls’ basketball at Lebanon Catholic High School in southeastern Pennsylvania, Patti Hower had led the team to...
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West Virginia University Scholarship to Honor Pioneering Mathematician Katherine Johnson

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia University has established a scholarship honoring pioneering Black mathematician Katherine Johnson. The scholarship will benefit students studying math or...
Wheaton College’s Billy Graham Center and Converge Introduce a Church Planting Residency Plan and Partnership

Wheaton College’s Billy Graham Center and Converge Introduce a Church Planting Residency Plan and...

Converge has planted over 752 churches over the past forty years. This past January, at their annual Unleash Conference, they committed to planting another...
Seminary Professor of World Christianity and Middle Eastern Studies Tony Maalouf Dies at 65

Seminary Professor of World Christianity and Middle Eastern Studies Tony Maalouf Dies at 65

Tony Maalouf, senior professor of world Christianity and Middle Eastern studies in the Roy J. Fish School of Evangelism and Missions at Southwestern Baptist...
Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Holds Fall Convocation in a New Normal

Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Holds Fall Convocation in a New Normal

Fall Convocation at Midwestern Seminary proceeded on Aug. 26 as it has since 1957—only with a twist. In addition to the usual pomp and pageantry...
Mohler Tells Southern Seminary Students the 2020 Fall Semester is a Precious Gift From God

Mohler Tells Southern Seminary Students the 2020 Fall Semester is a Precious Gift From...

Why should seminary education remain a priority during a pandemic? Because difficult times don’t change the mission of institutions like Southern Seminary, but make...
Andrew Westmoreland Announces Retirement From Samford University

Andrew Westmoreland Announces Retirement From Samford University

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.— Samford University President Andrew Westmoreland, who has led the institution since 2006, will retire from the presidency effective June 30, 2021. The official...
After Jerry Falwell Jr.’s Departure, Liberty University Faces Questions About Faith, Power, and Accountability

After Jerry Falwell Jr.’s Departure, Liberty University Faces Questions About Faith, Power, and Accountability

Liberty University students watched their first all-school convocation of the semester one day after their high-profile president, Jerry Falwell Jr., resigned amid personal scandals. Falwell...
Southwestern Seminary Appoints Seven Administrative Staff to Faculty

Southwestern Seminary Appoints Seven Administrative Staff to Faculty

“It is a great blessing to have outstanding administrative staff at Southwestern Seminary who are also committed scholars and are able to bring those...
Midwestern Seminary’s Spanish Studies Department Grows and Reorganizes Staff

Midwestern Seminary’s Spanish Studies Department Grows and Reorganizes Staff

Citing significantly increased program growth, Midwestern Seminary’s Spanish Studies Department announced on Aug. 17 a reorganization of the staff and the addition of new...
Rebekah Naylor Named First Female Distinguished Professor at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

Rebekah Naylor Named First Female Distinguished Professor at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP) — Rebekah Ann Naylor, a longtime medical missionary to India, has been appointed distinguished professor of missions in the Roy...
Hundreds of Positions Eliminated at Evangelical Colleges and Universities

Hundreds of Positions Eliminated at Evangelical Colleges and Universities

Heading into the fall semester, evangelical colleges and universities have eliminated more than 230 faculty and staff positions. Dozens of faculty and staff were...
Southern Evangelical Seminary condemns Black Lives Matter movement and ‘wokeness’ ideology

Southern Evangelical Seminary condemns Black Lives Matter movement and ‘wokeness’ ideology

The nondenominational Southern Evangelical Seminary has released a statement simultaneously condemning racism and warning Christians against supporting the Black Lives Matter movement, claiming the...
Once Marginalized, Homeschooling Hits the Mainstream

Once Marginalized, Homeschooling Hits the Mainstream

This week, Chicago Public Schools became the latest large school district to opt for online-only lessons in the fall. It's an attempt to minimize...
Johns Hopkins switches to virtual fall semester

Johns Hopkins switches to virtual fall semester

Citing a concerning resurgence in COVID-19 infections and related public health trends, both in Baltimore and across the nation, Johns Hopkins University announced today...
Liberty University Hires Former NFL Player Kelvin Edwards and Former Coach Turner Gill to Help With School’s Diversity

Liberty University Hires Former NFL Player Kelvin Edwards and Former Coach Turner Gill to...

Liberty University has hired former football coach Turner Gill and former NFL player Kelvin Edwards to promote diversity after controversial behavior within the school’s...
Michigan Court of Appeals Releases 15-Year-Old Black Girl who was Sent to Juvenile Detention for Ten Weeks for ‘Failing to Do her Homework’ After Huge Backlash

Michigan Court of Appeals Releases 15-Year-Old Black Girl who was Sent to Juvenile Detention...

The Michigan Court of Appeals has released a 15-year-old girl from a juvenile facility where she was sent after failing to complete her homework. The...