I have the same question as Dr. Ron Stone: what …

Comment on “LSU-3” Drop Lawsuit by Marilyn Bauer.

I have the same question as Dr. Ron Stone: what is the current relationship between LSU and the three professors? Have they completely left LSU employ or do they still hold some positions on campus?

Recent Comments by Marilyn Bauer

La Sierra University gets 3-year AAA Accreditation
Thank you, Charles. Your words are a clarion call to personal revival, reformation and readiness for the Lord’s return.

La Sierra University gets 3-year AAA Accreditation
This is more than disappointing. To realize that our church’s highest level of educational governance would approve the on-going heresy and anti-scripture posture of LaSierra is cause for deep concerns. And this within the framework of the GC’s 5-year emphasis on revival and reformation!!! A few years back a book was written on “Misadventures in Stewardship” with the title, Who Watches? Who Cares? It is evident that there is also much in the field of SDA education that falls under the same category? I personally thank Educate Truth for watching and caring, for being a watchman on the walls, blowing the trumpet with a certain sound and doing what it can to bring attention to these matters. We can be assured that within the circle of SDA science professionals, eyes are on this campus and the ripples of its influence will be wide.

[6/17/11 UPDATE] Two administrators, one biology professor, and one board member resign
I stand in support of Educate Truth and its efforts to maintain integrity on an SDA campus of higher education. “Once to every man and nation (university) comes the moment to decide, in the strife of truth and falsehood, for the good or evil side.” Our church history shows that we have had to watch church institutions (Battle Creek San and Hospital) leave the sisterhood of institutions due to false teachings by its leadership. We should not be surprised if the cost of fidelity to truth has a price. Politically, we know that freedom has a price. Spiritually, fidelity to truth has a price.

I regret that Shane is coming under attack for having the courage to keep the light burning for doctrinal truth in Adventist education. We have long purported the idea of integration of faith and learning. Why would we want to excuse a science department who moves away from the “faith” aspect of its discipline?

Perspectives from alleged LSU students
Scripture says, “Better a millstone be hung around their neck” than to harm a young person. There will be much to answer for in the day of judgment by faculty who have led students into doubt and disbelief.

Perspectives from alleged LSU students
I have followed this issue faithfully over the past months. There have been occasions of excellent comments; sadly, we are not short on those that are demeaning, unethical and dishonest. Frankly, I resent the arrogance of the “alleged” LSU student who limits qualified respondents to Ph.D. science specialists. Altho’ this issue is creation/evolution based, for me the bottom line is faith and acceptance in the unfallible Word of God. God’s Word supports His role as Creator from Genesis to Revelation. Who will I believe when there is disagreement? God or man? Taken on that platform, there is really nothing more to say. The discussion is finished.