October 21, 2011Is Higher Education Still Worth the Cost?
From a purely practical perspective, the costs of foregoing college have never been higher, as men without college degrees have been hardest-hit by the recent recession in the United States. Theirs have been the first jobs to disappear. But in this brief interview, Wheaton College president Phil Ryken looks at some of the other values of higher education, particularly the benefits of Christ-centered instruction modeled at his and other like-minded Christian colleges.
October 19, 2011Hastert: Politicians 'have to find compromise'
Former speaker of the House Dennis Hastert will be in Wheaton Thursday for a panel discussion on the fiscal imbalance facing the U.S. government.
October 19, 2011Arthur F Holmes: 1924-2011; All worldviews welcome in his class
Arthur F. Holmes brought a distinctly Christian perspective to philosophy but was able to clearly and comprehensively convey other worldviews to his students during 43 years on the faculty at Wheaton College.
October 15, 2011Casualties in the battle between science and faith
As young Christians move away from home and enter universities across the country, they often are confronted with apparent contradictions between their faith and their education, particularly in science classes. Some conclude that the church is unnecessarily antagonistic to science and abandon their faith.