March / April 1994 Edition
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Contents, March/April 1994:
- An "Agenda of Intolerance"
- Dr. Dilawar Edwards, professor of educational media at California University of Pennsylvania near Pittsburgh, was summarily relieved of his teaching duties. A student lodged an informal complaint with the academic vice president against Edwards, a tenured professor and former chairman of the department of education, claiming he was indoctrinating the class with his Christian beliefs.
- Trial and Error: The ACLU and Religious Expression
- George Grant, founder of HELP Services and the executive director of Legacy Communications, explores the ACLU's position against the Christian faith. He documents what he calls "their discriminatory intolerance" towards Christianity.
- Encouraging Signs
- Stan Oakes, founder of Christian Leadership Ministries, explains how recent events indicate that significant progress is being made in the effort to win the campus to Christ. He documents several specific events that give hope.