Three years ago during the homosexual Day of Silence, a Christian high school student in Poway, Chase Harper, decided to wear a t-shirt stating: “I will not accept what God has condemned” and “Homosexuality is shameful. Romans 1:27.” When Harper refused school administrators’ demands to remove his t-shirt, he was suspended from school.
Monthly Archives For April 2007
Late last month officials at Burlington Township High School in New Jersey used a hostage drill to denigrate the Christian faith and bash practicing Christians.
On March 29, the Los Angeles school board voted to oppose expansion of a diverse and improving charter-school consortium, and to extend the life of a failing charter.
A Texas legislator, Rep. Warren Chisum (R), has introduced a bill that would require schools to offer history and literacy classes on the Bible.
The Meaning of Marriage: family, state, market and morals is a collection of ten scholarly essays aiming to rethink and re-present the case for marriage as a positive institution.
An 11-year old boy in England was subjected to a homophobic crime investigation by the police because he called a classmate “gay” in an e-mail.
Her name is Nonie Darwish, an American resident since 1978, married and mother of three. Her voice has become a megaphone for Arabs who support Israel.
Of all the myths that the higher education establishment has perpetuated, perhaps none is more pervasive, or contributes as much to the preservation of the status quo, as the notion that the blame for tuition hikes lay somewhere other than the central offices of universities
While Time magazine recommends putting the Bible back in classrooms, a Florida principal refuses to allow it even near the school.
Yet another widely held perception in academia is the idea that somehow universities contribute to economic growth although the exact cause and effect is hard to pin down.