Calvin College student body president “comes out” as homosexual at a school where compromise with evolution happened years ago.
Ken Ham and Steve Pettit discuss the importance of a biblical worldview in higher education.
Parents and students who are looking ahead to college should be humbled by the magnitude of the decision and implications that it will have on their life.
Unity is not only in Christ and His truth, but is maintained by committing to that truth and not being persuaded otherwise by men.
No matter where you go to school, we want share with you principles that we believe will help you survive your college experience and thrive through it all.
The battles are fierce at both secular and Christian colleges and universities. It’s easy to get wrapped up in the fight and forget the cause.
Interview with Dr. Ed Hindson
Your faith will be tested at college. Prepare yourself now by grounding yourself on the right authority, allegiance, and Ally.
How can you study science at the collegiate level and still maintain a secure grip on your Christian beliefs, even under the evolutionists’ stronghold?
Your children can successfully attend public university and finish with their faith intact.
An “uncertain sound” is being heard in many Christian institutions across the United States.
Parents often send their children to Christian schools, trusting the professors to believe 100% of the Bible, when many professors and school leaders do not really believe all that the Bible teaches.
Read chapter eleven from the new book Already Compromised
Read chapter three from the new book Already Compromised
Read chapter one of the new book Already Compromised
What happened to Christian universities? Many Christians, and especially biblical creationists, are wondering.
The departure of Dr. Waltke has become a news item outside Evangelical circles. Terry Mortenson, AiG–U.S., comments on this news item.
In addition to the normal academic pressures faced by all students, the consistent Christian must learn to be discerning about the views and interpretations expressed by his or her professors.
Coming to Grips with Genesis: Biblical Authority and the Age of the Earth is a welcome addition to creation literature defending the literal history and theological substance of Genesis 1–11.
Liberty University requires all students to complete a course in origins.
A guest writer documents a sad example of the compromise rampant in Christian universities.
Jackson Hole Bible College (JHBC) offers an intensive, one-year program of Bible education leading to a Diploma of Biblical Foundations.
As a part of carrying out our theme for 2006-2007, “We’re taking them back,” we see the university campus as a place of great need.
The Master’s College is an accredited, four-year, liberal arts Christian college. They currently offer undergraduate degree programs in 13 fields of study.
I was a fourth-generation student pursuing a pre-med biology degree at a Christian college in the 1980s. I was assured by the third generation that the college was theologically conservative ...
Established in 1887 in southwest Ohio, Cedarville University is a non-denominational institute for more than 3,000 students.
Besides taking back the scientific disciplines of astronomy, biology, geology, archaeology, etc. which have been captured by the godless evolutionary worldview, we also need to take back theology.
As we are in the final months of ministry for 2004, a year which we themed ‘Refuting Compromise’ in our newsletter and website, I wanted to share a very sad, but real-life example of compromise.
Recently, AiG-US president Ken Ham wrote an article on this website about the impact the creation/gospel message has had on college and high school students, and shared several anecdotes.
A study is being conducted to define and measure a creationist worldview while determining factors that influence the beliefs and attitudes about origins in a Christian college student population.
The newest school to stand firm on teaching six-day Creation, based on a literal Genesis, is Patrick Henry College (Virginia, USA).