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Bus driver turned UCLA graduate steers life in new direction

When Thompson would pull into UCLA, she would park the bus and walk to Ackerman Union to get something to eat, envious of all the people she saw on their way to ... a high school student, Thompson enj... read more

The evangelical professor who turned against 'reparative therapy' for gays

It’s not something a Christian should be involved in.’ I’ve certainly been told that.” Grove City College is a very conservative place, and it attracts very conservative students ... at least in a sub... read more

Openly gay athletes challenge NCAA's culture of silence (w/video)

Baylor, a private Christian university ... inclusion for all student-athletes. Caple's organization, the NCAA and several other groups recently launched MyCoachesCorner.org, aimed at helping coaches a... read more

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Teaching Citizenship

He has been honing these ideas since his college days, when he was field secretary to Martin Luther King, Jr., in the Southern Christian ... ways that are instructive)—are therefore significantly grea... read more


FIRST-PERSON: From Adrian Rogers to Millennials who count the cost

As a graduate of a Southern Baptist college and ... in life-transforming ways. Andrew Walker is director of policy studies for the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convent... read more

BYU athletics: Gay former Big 12 athletes wary of Mormon school's inclusion in league

One gay, former BYU athlete who reached out to The Salt Lake Tribune ... "but there are a lot of ways that BYU could welcome its LGBT students and provide resources." TCU and Baylor — two Big 12 schoo... read more

The Latest Evangelical 'Statement' and a History of Stumbling on Racial Justice

In my time as a student at The Master’s College ... the culture have taken up the issue. Unfortunately, many who have spoken on this issue have simply echoed the wisdom of this world rather than addre... read more

Sam Ukwuachu has sexual assault conviction overturned by Texas appeals court

Prosecutors say they will appeal this ruling, which means we have a long way to go before this action is final ... erroneous exclusion of the text messages" did not affect the jury's decision. Former ... read more

Janet Adelman, scholar of Shakespeare, psychoanalytic and feminist critic, dies at 69

“After you read Adelman on a Shakespeare play, you never see the play the same way again,” said Gayle Greene, a professor of English at Scripps College ... Christian and Judaic theological scholarship ... read more

Out of the locker: Gay athletes at UGA mostly silent, but support grows

There are 650 student-athletes ... Former Baylor women's basketball star Brittney Griner, in a recent ESPN the Magazine cover story, said that when she was at the Texas school she wasn't "fully happy ... read more

What Nelson Mandela Taught Us About Violent Liberation

Race is a cultural ... by the ways in which race, class, ethnicity, economic power, nationality, and gender are interacted with and expressed. These interactions can be subtle or large-scale, and they ... read more

Nancy Pearcey and Jonathan Merritt spar on the hottest of hot topics

That’s a drastic devaluation of human life and it affects everyone, including women. In addition, an abortion culture does not treat women ... Researcher Donna Freitas interviewed hundreds of college ... read more



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