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SBC DIGEST: Thomas Kinchen dies; Brotherhood Mutual offers grants for churches

Thomas Kinchen, president emeritus of Baptist University of Florida, dies; Brotherhood Mutual offers Kingdom Advancing Grants to churches.

Wheaton College bars employees from using preferred pronouns

WHEATON, Ill. (RNS) — Wheaton College, a flagship evangelical school, recently updated its student and employee handbooks to restrict employees’ ability to designate personal pronouns and to elaborate on the school’s position on trans/nonbinary students and faculty.

Judge dismisses Muslim couple’s lawsuit against school where daughter converted to Christianity

ROCKFORD, Ill. (RNS) — A federal judge in Illinois ruled that a state school district is not responsible for the actions of a teacher who allegedly proselytized students in a public school classroom, leading a Muslim student to convert to Christianity.

FIRST-PERSON: Is a Catholic charter school the answer?

Imagine my surprise when I found out that Oklahoma Attorney General Gentner Drummond was filing suit against the Oklahoma Statewide Virtual School Board and the St. Isidore of Seville Catholic Virtual School to stop the approval of a Roman Catholic charter school in Oklahoma.

Largest Christian university in U.S. faces record fine after federal probe into alleged deception

WASHINGTON (AP) — The country’s largest Christian university is being fined $37.7 million by the federal government amid accusations that it misled students about the cost of its graduate programs.

Oklahoma AG challenges nation’s first state-sponsored religious school

OKLAHOMA CITY (BP) – Oklahoma Attorney General Genter Drummond has filed a lawsuit to block the nation’s first state-sponsored religious charter school, St. Isidore Catholic Virtual School preparing to open in 2024.

CAMPUS DIGEST: CBU, Anderson receive 7-figure grants

California Baptist University receives $3M grant to enhance Hispanic student success; $1.1 million grant will help Anderson University launch Center for Preaching Excellence

Iowa parents win temporary relief from transgender school policy

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (BP) -- Iowa parents have temporarily blocked a public school policy requiring their children to use the preferred pronouns of their transgender classmates and share bathrooms with them or face expulsion.

Carson-Newman University participates in historic archeological dig

JEFFERSON CITY, Tenn. (BP) – A child-sized ring, measuring only about 1 cm. in diameter, tells the story of a distant past, but also the future of a university program.

DOE confirms Baylor University’s religious exemption

WACO, Texas (BP) – The U.S. Department of Education confirmed Baylor University’s religious exemption from a narrow range of Title IX provisions, particularly regarding LGBTQ students.