Today the Town Talk ran an article about the issue of forged documents at Louisiana College which I reported on yesterday: “Documents: Former Louisiana College employee was paid to keep quiet” One thing in that article which really struck me was the joint statement released by President Joe Aguillard and

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After my last post, “Louisiana College: Drugs, Pornography, and What Joe Aguillard Knew” JD Hall of the Pulpit & Pen released a podcast which discussed those issues; but, he also released some additional documents that are very important. Included in these documents is a letter from the College’s former attorney

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“But if you will not do so, behold, you have sinned against the LORD, and be sure your sin will find you out.” Numbers 32:23 I was sent a PDF recently which is really interesting. It is a PDF of the minutes of a meeting of the Executive Committee of

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For almost a year, ever since the investigation by the Board of Trustees into corruption, Louisiana College President Joe Aguillard and his supporters have been using the term “exonerated” every chance they get. The story from the Aguillard camp has been that a Calvinist take over was thwarted and Godly leadership

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Nancy Pearcey is a big name in evangelical circles. I loved her book Total Truth. And her newer book Saving Leonardo is in my pile of books to read, though I admit I will probably be a little more critical as she delves into my area of expertise…art. We also

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Last year my husband told me he was attending a conference on art and faith and since those topics encompass a lot of what we talk about at home, I took him up on the offer and went for the first time. I didn’t know what to expect as I’d

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I’ve never been a huge movie guy. I enjoy them like everyone else but I wouldn’t consider myself a serious critic. Mostly, I see action films, with a real soft spot for Sci-Fi, and kids movies, the curse and blessing of having five children. But, when I was developing my

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“Hi, my name is Pamela, and I take pretty pictures of flowers. ” My husband and I have had an ongoing conversation related to his idea of each of us posting one of our pieces each week and discussing it. I often state that the above sentence would get pretty

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I haven’t said much about the Duck Dynasty trend that has swept through America over the last couple of years. I know many good Christians who enjoy the show and are attracted to the principled approach that the Robertsons take to making the show. But, this morning a Facebook friend

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A few days ago US News released rankings of College’s Yields. The Yield is the percentage of accepted students who actually chose to attend a particular school. This is a helpful number that can be useful in assessing a schools perceived desirability to students and parents and is included on the Faith on View survey which

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JD Hall of the Pulpit and Pen discusses the situation at Louisiana College. Hall does some good analysis of the situation at LC.

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There are few characters in Louisiana Baptist life that are as controversial as Louisiana College President Joe Aguillard. For some, he is the near messianic figure that led the redemption of Louisiana College from liberal heresy to conservative orthodoxy. That narrative began to fall into question, beginning in 2011 and

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The issue of the relationship, or lack thereof, between homosexuality and the church, especially the evangelical church, is a hot topic these days. In some ways, I am a really bad blogger. I tend to either not write about a hot topic (notice the lack of a Duck Dynasty post)

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