Tag: Civil Rights

Science Teacher: “There’s a Great Hunger for the Gospel”
January 3, 2021 Real Stories
Twenty years ago, Dan enrolled at SES as a relatively new Christian after gleaning from Dr. Norm Geisler’s “fountain of knowledge” on...
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Five New Year’s Resolutions to Help Reverse Error in the Church
December 31, 2020 From the Faculty
Every two years Ligonier Ministries and LifeWay Research partner to survey the state of theology among church-going American adults. These are not...
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This Isn’t Your Typical Sunday School Lesson
December 18, 2020 Real Stories
At 48 years old, Nora went to seminary. Her kids were grown, and she and her husband Duke had been teaching Sunday...
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Why is abandoning the rule of law so dangerous?
December 17, 2020 From the President's Desk
When the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia concluded in September 1787 and sent the Constitution to the various states for ratification, Benjamin Franklin...
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Beyond Online Education
December 12, 2020 From the President's Desk
One of the most pivotal and intriguing moments in human history took place in mid-15th century Germany.  I have always wondered what...
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