A U.S. News and World Report Special Issue (October 15, 1990) included an annual ranking of America’s best colleges. The system used to rank 1374 four-year colleges was based on a numerical score representing the quality of academic reputation, student…Read more
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As we enter the 1990s, a new generation is appearing on the horizon – and the whole world is taking notice. A Newsweek Special Edition declares: “The New Teens” and attempts to answer these questions: “What makes them different? Who…Read more
John Naisbitt and Patricia Aburdene, authors of Megatrends 2000 (the follow-up to the 1982 bestseller, Megatrends), have included a chapter in their new book entitled “Religious Revival of the Third Millenium,” which describes the “unmistakable signs of a worldwide multi-den…Read more
Late in July, President George Bush nominated David Souter for the position of the next Supreme Court Justice. As soon as the nomination was announced, both pro-life and pro-abortion groups were scrambling to find a way to flush out Souter’s…Read more
World renowned evangelist, Leonard Ravenhill, in his book, Why Revival Tarries, predicted the downfall of communism in 1958. Ravenhill, whose outdoor evangelistic crusades in England often drew traffic stopping crowds, began to call Christians to demonstrate the truth and po…Read more
BOSTON, MA (FR) – Boston University president John Silber narrowly succeeded in winning the needed 15 delegates at the Massachusetts state Democratic convention last month to place his name on the primary ballot as a candidate for Governor. “Now,” said…Read more
By Ronald H. Anderson Viewing the birth of freedom, as it has been reported throughout Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union recently, brings to mind the rights of freedom we all enjoy in the United States. An issue which has…Read more
In a stunning development, the legislature of the western Pacific island of Guam, a U.S territory, voted unanimously to ban virtually all abortions. The bill was signed into law by Gov. Joseph F. Ada (D) on March 19, but a…Read more
Controversial Boston University president John Silber recently announced his intention to run for Governor of Massachusetts. Silber explained his decision to enter the political fray of the Bay State: “One of the reasons why I am in this campaign is…Read more
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