Re: the World Net article. Yes, liberalization has been a trend for quite a number of years at various institutions in Texas.
Like it or not, there are going to be advantages and disadvantages to every single college in the US.
Which brings me to my old soapbox about liberal schools that have never made any pretenses about being "Christian." At such institutions, everyone knows where everyone else stands on issues because it's OK to be yourself (and yes, this HURTS Christians sometimes, and we learn a lot about forgiveness and mercy). But actually, having such a clear and unclouded view of which parts of the field need sowing, watering, tending, and harvesting is better than watching someone you thought was a Christian take a serious nosedive.
I guess what parents and prospective students have to ask themselves is, "Where's the beef?" Oh, boy, now I'm dating myself. OK, let me rephrase that. Parents and students should ask, "Is the faith that I see here at this college or in this small segment of the student body compatible with the Bible?"
" You can tell very little by the name of a college."
This is so true Lee. My dd is going to be attending MS Univ for Women (MUW) but guess what? It's coed.....
It was the visit to MUW that sold us on the university. The students are like extended family
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