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Re Ron Stone’s and Ron Henderson’s Comments“And I see no one willing to actually DO anything, including Wilson.”“From my perspective, LSU should be shutdown or sold.”Dear Ron and RonGentlemen, if the highest echelons of Church leadership are not following your suggestions, the question is as a matter of conscience what will you do?RegardsKen

I believe that the GC and Wilson will get involved eventually, but they are waiting as long as possible to see what LSU, the Pacific Union Conference, and the Board will or will not do. This seems practical, since if they “stepped in” too soon, too much backlash would occur from the administration at LSU and the Board.

However, I do believe that the GC will eventually get more involved in the months, years, and eons to come. The important thing is that they seem to actually know what’s going on, so they will have no excuse as to why they did or did not do anything.

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LSU Board committee reports on allegations

Professor Kent: Having taught in tertiary education for more than 30 years, I can tell you that well under 1% of my lectures were ever recorded, and this usually by a student who wanted to use it as a learning tool. Frankly, brother Ron, it would be nigh impossible for myself, much less a university board, to get a trancript or recording of any one lecture of thousands that I’ve given over the years.I don’t think you have a realistic grasp on how to bring something from years past in the classroom beyond the realm of allegation to hard fact.Perhaps you’ve gotten your point across by now. Any board member who failed to anticipate infidel lectures in advance, and failed to send a spy to those courses in advance so that an actual record can be obtained for evidentiary purposes, deserves to be named and flogged publicly for “smokescreening” to the point of resignation. Perhaps you’ll convince others of your point of view.

Perhaps your lectures weren’t worth keeping on hand for posterity. However, we have seen that ample direct evidence exists for the alleged infractions mentioned here.

Regarding “others” of my point of view–there are many. But not too many, as I see it, on the Board.

My point is that the Board has not done its “due diligence” in this matter. The idea that “Perception is the ultimate reality” must be the mantra of the Board, as they have chases perceptions and beliefs instead of facts!

The controlling majority are either afraid to “step up to the plate” when they are needed or simply don’t want to “go to bat” at all, at any time for any reason.

Regarding “resignation”–for those Board members who have been a part of this debacle and want to resign, that is fine with me. Certainly there must be at least a couple of dozen bible-believing SDA’s willing to to the assigned work given to the Board, and who will refuse to put their “heads in the sand” regarding important matters such as we see at LSU?

LSU Board committee reports on allegations
Well, Prof, perhaps the Board and its committee could use its power of overseer to actually get any records of what was allegedly taught, either printed, recorded, or whatever. Then, the information should be studied to see whether the alleged “infractions” actually occurred, instead of wondering whether someone thought they might have heard of seen something wrong.

As part of their duties the Board, according to LSU bylaws, is the “final authority” in matters related to the LSU.

As such, it can “order and control all affairs and business” of LSU.

“…evaluate the effectiveness of policies and personnel…”

“…make changes in harmony with the goals, philosophy, and objectives of the university…”

I ask the Board to simply perform its given duties, instead of avoiding the real issue and smokescreening matters with a ” vague statement and a survey.!

LSU Board committee reports on allegations

Eddie: If so, why should a jury ever listen to the testimonies of witnesses to a crime when they could simply ask the alleged perpetrator?

You’re doing a great job trying to smokescreen what I’ve said, but it won’t work, Eddie.

Witnesses and “grilling” the perp may be PART of an investigation, but won’t be nearly as good as actually seeing, hearing, and witnessing the alleged “misconduct” or crime committed.

So, the Board has used “secondary” sources, which are merely perceptions or “feelings” about what was said, instead of actually getting to the heart or root of the problem.

Where is the evidence that they actually went to the primary sources, as I’ve mentioned before? Anyone have any information on this important matter?

I’m also not “upset” at the survey [edit]. It is a source of one type of “secondary” evidence, but still doesn’t address what was actually said, written, and endorsed. We now know how “some” students “interpreted” the information, but this still doesn’t tell us what was actually stated.

Why won’t the Board use its power, as stated in the LSU bylaws? My guess is they’re afraid of what they may find!

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The reason the LaSierra situation has gone uncorrected so long is that most of our administrators have exactly the sort of political instincts that Dan Jackson has. They are politicians and consensus builders; they want to keep the peace and make the trains run on time. But the circumstances call for men of principle, hard men who are willing to stand for the right “though the heavens fall,” i.e., regardless who is offended and loudly complains.

Dave, I agree with you. Jackson’s trying to play on “both teams” is not going to go well for him.

Unfortunately, politics is the “SOP” of many of our SDA officials, Jackson being just one. “Political instincts” are the rule, instead of actually doing what is “right” according to what we know in God’s Word.

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Trustees book says, in 6,9,F, that the Trustes may “discontinue” virtually anyone working at the university.

Does that mean to “fire” or to “force their resignation? Seems like it does.