Academic Freedom

How Christian Colleges Might Pick Their Battles More Wisely

Jim Garringer, Taylor U.

William Ringenberg says he wishes that an effort by Wheaton College of Illinois to fire a professor who said that Christians and Muslims worship the same god could have been resolved "in-house in a lower-key way."
January 27, 2016 Premium content for subscribers. Subscribe Today

The status of academic freedom at religious colleges is under new scrutiny as a result of efforts by Wheaton College of Illinois to fire Larycia A. Hawkins, a tenured associate professor of political science who said on Facebook that Christians and...

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