supported by good, upstanding Dutch Reformed Christian of us.

Scriptures was mistaken, and that they made a mistake is not only a political

If any of that is occurring at your college, because the Soup Nazi would put it – No exemption for you. BJU’s historical past has been chiefly characterised by striving to achieve these objectives; however like any human establishment, we now have failures as nicely. For nearly two centuries American Christianity, including BJU in its early stages, was characterized by the segregationist ethos of American tradition. Consequently, for much too lengthy, we allowed institutional policies concerning race to be formed more instantly by that ethos than by the ideas and precepts of the Scriptures.