I Love You but You Didn’t Do the Reading

[Editor’s Note: We at ILYBYGTH are happy to announce a new feature, “I Love You but You Didn’t Do the Reading.”  In this weekly column, we’ll point out stories of interest to SAGLRROILYBYGTH, a sort of “in case you missed it” list.  Will we be able to keep it up?  Who knows.  But let’s give it a try and see if people like it.  Suggestions for readings are always welcome to our editorial desk: alaats AT binghamton DOT edu .]

December First, 2015

What did you miss out there? A few stories that caught our eye this past week:


Words, words, words…

Philosopher Michael Ruse warns humanists to curb their enthusiasm.

Paying for college with indentured servitude; a new program hits the streets of Purdue.

What do people think about climate change? Yale survey says that half of Americans believe it is real and that humans are causing it, but only one in ten agree that mainstream scientists are agreed about it.

No yoga in school, for a different reason.

Secret Catholics at Jamestown.

Yik Yak threats shut down campus.

What should Princeton do about progressive racists?

Where can students go for an intellectually diverse college education?

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  1. Gordon

     /  December 2, 2015

    You missed this one about dozens of Christian colleges moving to gain clear, sweeping rights to receive federal funds AND discriminate against LGBT people AND pregnant women:

    The Christian Legal Society partners with and gets funding from the ADF:

    CLS is a theonomist group that goes back to the 1960s. It was at one of their meetings that the Schaeffers and Rutherford came up with the idea for A Christian Manifesto. (See McVicar’s book and http://www.walkingtogetherministries.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/ImJustMakingAPoint.pdf


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