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The Wrong End of The Binoculars: The Problem of Backward Thinking

I see this problem in America, and unfortunately, Cedarville isn’t immune from this national disease of what I call backward thinking—and I don’t mean “backward thinking” in the way people usually use the term as. So no, don’t think of “backward thinking” as that-thing-your-uncle-Bob-does-at-Thanksgiving-dinner-when-he-says-Black-people-and-immigrants-are-biologically-prone-to-crime. That’s just racist and xenophobic, sorry not sorry. No, think ofContinue reading “The Wrong End of The Binoculars: The Problem of Backward Thinking”

Some Thoughts on The Cedarville Board’s Decision to Reinstate Dr. White as President: by a Current Student

I remember my first day being at Cedarville. I remember going to chapel and sitting next to my parents as we listened to a speech by various leaders of Cedarville. I remember hearing from Dr. White that day, as he addressed the current students, new students such as myself, and the parents. I remember theContinue reading “Some Thoughts on The Cedarville Board’s Decision to Reinstate Dr. White as President: by a Current Student”

Cedarville Needs More Female Representation In Chapel: by a Current Cedarville Student

“We need more female representation in chapel.” Somehow this is a controversial statement. I hope that, in this piece, I can show you why this shouldn’t be controversial, and why, in fact, more female representation would be both enriching and loving. There’s a negative stigma around the idea of female chapel speakers, which stems fromContinue reading “Cedarville Needs More Female Representation In Chapel: by a Current Cedarville Student”

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