(RNS) — When society is beginning to see panicky behavior, this is the time for the body of Christ to be a voice of faith instead of fear — and a source of practical help.
The upshot of the college admissions scandal? We are still idolators.
NASHVILLE, N.C. (RNS) — Evangelical schools such as Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary offer inmates a free, on-site college degree if they promise they'll minister to other inmates once they graduate.
(RNS) — Manhattan College’s Veterans at Ease program seeks to help veterans reintegrate into civilian and academic life after being separated from both for years of isolating service.
Maybe if we stopped dumbing Judaism down.....?
(RNS) The largest Jewish college organization in the world gets a cash infusion from the philanthropist who founded Home Depot.
(RNS) Only 15 of the 2,400 respondents said they joined ranks and identify as Chabad. About 88 percent of those who visited Chabad at least once do not identify as Orthodox.
(RNS) The factors that differentiate anti-Semitic from anti-Israel speech are subtle.
(RNS) More than half of American Jewish college students said they had experienced anti-Semitism over a six-month period.
(RNS) A college degree used to mean people were more likely to lose religion. Now, people are losing religion whether they went to college or not.
(RNS) Of the top 25 colleges where men are likely to meet their spouse, all are private Christian institutions, according to an analysis done by Sofus Macskassy and Lada Adamic, researchers on Facebook's data science team. More than 60 percent of the top 25 colleges where women are likely to meet their spouse are also private religious schools.
(RNS) "I tried to be the best Christian woman I could be … but I’ve never been fully myself, I’ve always been living a lie, not exactly on purpose but that was the best truth I knew at the time.”
Azusa Pacific University has asked a professor who was once its chair of theology and philosophy to leave the school after he came out as transgender.
(RNS) Evangelist D.L. Moody was among those who argued for voluntary abstinence from alcohol rather than outright prohibition, and now the Chicago school that bears his name is lifting its ban on alcohol and tobacco for faculty and staff.
(RNS) Could a new all-Catholic basketball conference help college athletics -- and even the Catholic Church?