Using higher education as scapegoat for religious loss misguided

As someone who spent his formative years in evangelical churches, to say that I have an interest in assessing evangelicalism is an understatement. Although I am no longer involved in evangelical churches, some good can come out of the evangelical movement. That being said, I have to proverbially (and sometimes literally) roll my eyes at… Read More Using higher education as scapegoat for religious loss misguided

Reform, action needed for Georgia schools

With the recent news that Atlanta Public Schools is now on probation with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, the school district joins Clayton County Public Schools in drawing negative national attention to regards to education in recent years. Clearly, a problem exists in Georgia’s schools. It’s not a problem that solely exists within… Read More Reform, action needed for Georgia schools