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Fri, May. 06 2011 11:42 AM EDT
By Stephanie Samuel
Answers in Genesis President/CEO Ken Ham has new research showing that Christian institutions of higher learning have gone too far gone down the pathway of secularism and they need to be either totally overhauled or scrapped in favor of new biblically-sound schools.
A hunch led him to survey the administration and faculty of 200 U.S. Christian campuses about their views on the authority of the Bible and the creation story versus evolution. A regular speaker on college campuses, Ham could tell that a metamorphosis has been occurring on Christian campuses.
What he found is bound to shock parents who send their children to Christian four-year institutions, he said.
According to data gathered last year by the America’s Research Group, only 17.3 percent of Christian institutions surveyed define “authority of the Bible” to mean “you believe everything it says.” Other institutions said the Bible is “foundational” (30 percent); “a book of guidelines” (22 percent) or “inspired by God” (21.2 percent). (Read more)