I don’t know who these people are, but I think I’m glad I’m not in The Village to find out! Date: 10/31/2006 Guest: 344 (Reference ID: 1266705) Name: Looking for answers from Brevard Email Address: None Location: sc Homepage: None Referred By: Search Engine Comments: Please give us a little insight on this family from [...]
Yes, the local joke of a “University” has completed a significant step to make itself feel like a legitimate “institution.” By getting accreditation from TRACCS, BJU hopes to end the perennial criticism of its inferior academic structure. While I suppose that this is good news for the school’s many investors, in reality, the accreditation itself is one of the weakest available.
The Greenville News reported that the accreditation was granted based on a “self-study of its academic programs and business operations, documenting hundreds of pages of programs and processes to show the university meets accreditation standards.” How convenient it was that BJU could certify itself!
Just take this simple test at Belief-O-Matic and find out what you really are! http://www.beliefnet.com/story/76/story_7665_1.html
Bassenco has a great article about the traits of Fundamentalism that all should read. http://www.jeriwho.net/lillypad2/2006/09/self-aggrandizing-fundamentalists.html Although she mentions many flavors of “Fundamentalism,” my observation is that no one that goes by that label is actually faithful to the “fundamentals” of Biblical faith.Â In fact, my belief is that belonging to any flavor ofÂ that which [...]
1 Corinthians 16:15Â …Ye know the house of Stephanas, that it is the firstfruits of Achaia, and that they have addicted themselves to the ministry of the saints… When the house of Stephanus “addicted themselves” this does not mean they became physically or psychologically dependant.Â To say so is a terrible error.Â The modern usage [...]