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Heh. There are other schools that may not be "christian schools" but seem to have a lot of Christians in them.Baptist City Holdout said:You mean there are other schools?!?!!?!??!?!? :-[
I once took a philosophy class in a state university and the instructor said several times during the course of the class that the three major subjects of philosophy were the existence of God, the freedom of the will, and the immortality of the soul. It doesn't seem possible to discuss those subjects without bringing religion into it.Jeep Dragon said:The teacher replied with something like, "There seems to be a lot of religious beliefs being discussed in this class. This is a philosophy class. We need to keep the religion out of it and focus on the text.
Oh no! Relaxed dress codes!!!!Least of These said:Random post: It seems Cedarville is making big strides to the right (more conservative) while Northland is taking subtle steps the other way (as far as relaxed dress codes, etc.) Very interesting to observe.
I always scan the new unread posts, so I would have "looked" even if you had posted something of substance.Twisted said: