"On Campus" Editions are Coming! "Public Day of Repentance" at University of Virginia AALARM sparks national grassroots movement AALARM Student Group at Harvard Addresses Intolerance of Religion America's International Visitors: Reaching the World at our …Read more
CAMBRIDGE, MA (FR) – A newly formed student group, Alliance Against Learning in the Absence of Religion and Morality, or AALARM, is causing a sensation at Harvard University. Adam Webb and Ken DeGiorgio, Harvard roommates who founded the group, say…Read more
How would you like to be used of God to change an entire nation? Armenia was the first nation in the world to become what we would call a “Christian nation.” By the year 300 A.D., virtually everyone within the…Read more
By David L. McKenna College campuses are microcosms of our culture. At first thought, we might breath a sigh of relief because American colleges and universities seem quite compared to the 1960s; students are going about the serious business of…Read more
By Linda Chavez A Letter from Linda Chavez, former director of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights under President Reagan and later joined the senior staff of the White House, to the editor of “The Chronicle of Higher Education,” 7/18/90.…Read more
The following article was submitted by Jeff Dwiggins, editor of the Spectator, a publication at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. The Spectator is representative of a “new breed” of newspapers that are springing up on college campuses all over…Read more
In response to the article “Does Creation Science Have the Answers?” – Why can’t the two theories live together in harmony? It is always said that one of God’s days can be any length of time. Thus, after God put…Read more
Is it true that many of American’s fraternities and sororities were originally founded on the Bible and Christian principles? According to Baird’s Manual of American College Fraternities (1879), fraternity members were to be examples of Christian virtue to the…Read more
According to a recent book published by pollster George Gallup Jr., 100 Questions and Answers, the religious beliefs and practices of American students are in a state of resurgent stability. Results of a new study, in which 539 students at…Read more
The “flapjack turning” at Harvard is a metaphor for an emerging philosophy of humanism. In the 1600s, Harvard was dedicated to the glory of God, but by the latter half of the 2Oth century Harvard had become the citadel of…Read more
Ronald Reagan changed his view as a result of watching The Silent Scream – a movie he considered so powerful and convicting that he screened it at the White House.
Exposes the Dangers of Abortion to Women!
Sixteen noted Christian leaders and scholars apply the Ten Commandments to American life.
That Swiss Hermit Strikes Again!
The Forgotten Power of the Public Proclamation of the Gospel