The whisper in the wind is that President Joe Aguillard will soon be removed as President of Louisiana College. Some think it will happen in today’s board meeting while others believe he will hold on until the March meeting. But, very few people seem to think that Aguillard will survive

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I first met Heath in 2011 after I released my open Letter of Concern about Louisiana College. He was, and still is, on the Board of Louisiana College. Needless to say, we didn’t always agree when we spoke about the college. But, he was the only member of the board

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Dr. Scott Culpepper asked me to post his open letter to the Board of Trustees at Louisiana College. Dr. Culpepper and I were both on Faculty at Louisiana College and had many similar experiences. You can read, in part, about my experiences here and here.   Ladies and Gentlemen of

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I discovered that there were previously no rankings of Christian Colleges in the United States. As someone who is very interested  in Christian Higher Education, I saw this as a real gap. As a result, I have spent the last couple of months gathering and analyzing statistics to come out

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There are two quotes that really drive my thinking about Louisiana College these days. The first is the famous quote by German pastor Martin Niemöller in relation to his life in Germany during the Nazi rise to power: “First they came for the communists, and I didn’t speak out because I wasn’t a

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Sadly, a war over Calvinism has been brewing in the SBC for a long time. Louisiana seems to have decided to be the main battle ground for this war. Last year, forces within the SBC that want to wage this war put forward “A Statement of Traditional Southern Baptist Understanding

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“Then the King will say to those on His right, ‘Come, you who are blessed of My Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world. ‘For I was hungry, and you gave Me something to eat; I was thirsty, and you gave Me something to drink; I was a

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As an artist and academic, there is a benefit to the extremely narcissistic activity of Googling myself.  I want my images and thoughts to be getting out there and there is no better way of discovering if my work is moving around in the world beyond myself than looking to Google. The activity

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You have to check out this blog post by Carson T. Clark!  Rarely do I read something with which I so completely agree. This concept of Faux Thinking is so true and so frustrating. I know there are many of us who run across it and are frustrated by it. I

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Last week during my Iconoclasm class at GTU with Dr. Mia Mochizuki, I learned about what my classmate was calling the Potato Jesus. Cecilia Giménez an, 80+ year old, parishioner of a church in Spain ruined an Ecce Homo which she had volunteered to restore. When I read about this last week, she was

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Is the Church and America in general guilty of the sin of Sodom? Wow! What a provocative question. Given the political culture in the USA right now, the mind automatically goes to issues like same sex marriage and the Chick-fil-A controversy. But, that isn’t what I mean. Culturally, we have

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I really should cut the Facebook habit. But, there have been times in the last couple of years when Facebook was link to sanity, my link to people who thought more like me, and my connection to people who cared for me beyond what was expedient. I guess I have

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