Comment on LSU memorandum confirms Educate Truth’s allegations by Ron Stone M.D..
@Bill Sorensen, Although the Sabbath may be a “unifying doctrine” it is also under attack in many of our “progressive” churches. Undermining a doctrine usually occurs in small steps so as not to attract too much attention from the higher ups.
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Lydian Belknap: Sounds to me like the fox are still guarding the chickenhouse!
If you look at the history of LSU, you will find that the “foxes” (Fritz Guy, Lawrence Geraty, and Randall Wisbey) have been RUNNING the henhouse at LSU since its inception.
What “result” could we have except exactly what we have–a “pseudo-SDA” institution which has been undermining our SDA Church, with the administration’s approval for many years!
BobRyan: Ok, well that may be their idea of a “Marketing solution” to the problem, but I prefer a solution with a bit more substance.in Christ,Bob
I’ve asked this question before–what will happen if, in the next “survey” only 30% of the students “misunderstand” what is being taught?
Will that be enough for Ricardo Graham to state that the “adjustments” have worked and all is A-OK?!
LSU memorandum confirms Educate Truth’s allegations
This “memorandum” looks like nothing more than a stalling tactic to put off the real changes that need to be made. Much more “arm twisting” will be needed to see any true changes.
As stated in the article, the lack of any “action” is an indication of how serious this matter is being considered. They have simply avoided the underlying issue, which is, as stated, how can someone be “forced” to teach that which they personally do not believe. Until this issue is really addressed, no “solution” is possible.
Recent Comments by Ron Stone M.D.
Faith: Prof Kent:How do you figure that this site keeps biology profs with integrity out of LSU? Any professor that is following the Bible, supporting creation, and the SDA church has nothing to hide and nothing to fear.When you say “quality” applicants, just how do you judge their credentials?As far as I am concerned, it is far more important that these professors have a firm grasp on the teachings of creation and the teachings of the Bible than any credentials the world can offer. If that had been the criteria used as a guideline for hiring, we wouldn’t be in this mess now. And that goes for all our SDA institutions.
I agree, Faith. However, the type of leadership (Guy,Geraty,and Wisbey)LSU has had over the past two decades shows why we have evolutionists teaching “evolution as fact” at LSU and those supporting any type of creationism being intimidated, both students, and I would suspect faculty as well.
Does the LSU Board even care about this deterioration in our biblical beliefs. Well, their inaction, ineptitude, and apathy in finding any solutions tell me they don’t, at least the majority who control the Board.
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BTW, If you’re a beer or ale drinker, the best are the “darker” and more “robust” varieties, as these have more antioxidants and phytochemical.
Or, you could just eat some oatmeal, barley, or similar whole grain!
I have much more knowledge of PUC, and it has as many or more problems as LSU, although these have been, so far, ignored by most. PUC thrives on its “high ratings” from U.S. News and World Report, etc. But, it would get much lower ratings if someone knowledgeable from an SDA rating agency actually did a thorough investigation of the school.
Adventist kid: @Ron Stone M.D.:Continue to believe that if you want. Not a scientific sample to say the least, but I just asked roughly 80 high school graduates from this year whether they chose which school they were going to or if their parents did. I didn’t even get ten who said their parents limited their choices or prevented them from going to their first choice.
I’ll continue to believe what I actually see and hear, not some biased opinion from you.
Do you know this or just a guess? I certainly hope they’re gone from LSU completely!