A Brief History of Christian Influence in U.S. Colleges A World Split Apart by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn Accuracy in Academia - Freedom of Speech Violations America's Best Colleges Are You Funding Marxist Revolution with Your Tuition? Banning Prayer in Public Schools…Read more
A visiting author teaches students “How to study smarter – not harder – and get straight “A’s” GAINESVILLE, Florida (FR) – When Richard Little was a college freshman in 1982 at the University of Miami, he took 12 courses and…Read more
By Garry J. Moes LONDON (CR) – Of all the remarkable achievements marking Britain’s conservative shift, few are more stunning than a recent act of Parliament requiring state education in the United Kingdom to be distinctly Christian in character. The…Read more
Harvard had been founded in 1636 by Puritan Calvinists who recognized the necessity for training up a clergy if the new Bible commonwealth was to flourish in the wilderness. Since 1620, some 17,000 Puritans had migrated to New England, and…Read more
Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Dartmouth – all owe their origins to the gospel. Probably no segment of American society has turned out a greater number of illustrious graduates than New England’s Ivy League. Labels like Harvard, Yale, Princeton, still carry their…Read more
By Brent Knox I once heard a professor say nonchalantly,“The Bible actually does teach reincarnation. Remember the story of John the Baptist? Wasn’t he Elijah reincarnated? And there used to be many other Scriptural passages which taught reincarnation, but in…Read more
(Cultural Literacy Quotient) 1. Which is closer to Washington, D.C.: San Diego, California, or Managua, Nicaragua? 2. Name five countries that have coastlines on both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. 3. True or False: For the Soviet Union to invade…Read more
Campus Report Freedom of speech is being redefined by university faculty and administrators to protect leftist academicians from any serious challenges of their views, according to reports collected by Accuracy in Academia. Harvard Law Professor Randall Kennedy gave a lect…Read more
by Solomon Wise Higher education. It certainly sounds prestigious. It brings to mind a group of serious students in an ivy-covered lecture hall discussing the works of Shakespeare, Jeffersonian demo- cracy, or Adam Smith’s economic principles. But today in America,…Read more
By Lee Grady The anti-intellectuals have struck again. This time, they’re after the control of the basic freshman curriculum. Most colleges in America today require some type of general introductory course in Literature and Philosophy. These courses offer a required…Read more
Foundations in Biblical Orthodoxy
Just what is Calvinism? Featuring many of the finest Reformed thinkers and pastors of our time.
Featuring Dr. Kenneth L. Gentry at the 1999 Ligonier conference
Explodes the myths of the liberal critics and the movies, books and television programs that have popularized their views.
Revival, Resistance, Reformation, Revolution, Interposition and Nullification
The Book of Daniel in Preterist Perspective