Clearly they would not get all that at a secular college.
Our primary goal was for them to prepare for their inevitable collision with the outside world yet still retain the faith of their fathers.
We wanted their college experience to teach them independence of thought, but we also wanted them still to have a nurturing, supportive moral environment with clear rules and boundaries that limited the temptations they would encounter.
Or are they treating free-willed adults as if petulant children incapable of forging their own individual perceptions, decisions, and behaviors without being fed someone else’s interpretations of Christian dogma? But the following schools nonetheless play host to a number of regulations that seem rather appalling to mainstream society, and this article takes an admittedly irreverent peek at a little of what they have to say. Oral Roberts University All resident and commuter students at Oral Roberts University are required to attend church at least twice a week and find themselves to a highly restrictive dress code.
There are as many answers as there are people to consider the questions, because the world exists in shades of grey. All men and women are expected to dress modestly, stay well-groomed, and avoid tattoos and body piercings.
We’re the home of the court decision that inspired the documentary Unfit: Ward vs.
Ward, in which a judge granted custody to a murderer rather than a lesbian.If you saw the official Republican response to President Obama‘s State of the Union speech tonight, then you heard the pleasant-sounding Cathy Mc Morris Rodgers (R-WA) talk about her vision of America, her son with Down Syndrome, and her uplifting personal story.I thought the speech was pretty well done — heavy on emotion, light on substance, free of gaffes.Check out what the A Beka high school curriculum in History looks like: Since man’s actions are a product of his thoughts, the history of ideas is emphasized, rather than only political events and economic conditions.Students are given a Christian perspective on language, chronology, “prehistoric times,” art, music, revolutionism, evolutionism, socialism, Communism, humanism, liberalism, and much more.But the beach and my family called me home, and I’ve been back here since 2006.