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February 1, 2024

 

 

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Our Top Stories

 
ACU rebuffs the left and the right in reaffirming its sexual stewardship policy
 

ACU rebuffs the left and the right in reaffirming its sexual stewardship policy

 

One group petitioned the West Texas university to loosen its stance on same-sex relationships. Another pushed for tougher language.

Bobby Ross Jr. reports from Abilene, Texas.

 
 

 
‘Have you not read?’ 
 
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‘Have you not read?’ 

 

For the sake of students, Christian university policy must reflect Scripture rather than culture.

Kenneth Pybus shares his opinion.

 
A truly Christian university welcomes all
 
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A truly Christian university welcomes all

 

ACU policy should embrace diversity of opinions and allow academic freedom.

Paul A. Anthony shares his opinion.

 
Kentucky preacher killed in Sunday night car accident
 

Kentucky preacher killed in Sunday night car accident

 

The 60-year-old minister died in an accident when his vehicle hit a wooden fence off Greenhill Road on the outskirts of Bowling Green, Ky.

Calvin Cockrell reports.

 
 

 
Medicine as mission
 

Medicine as mission

 

In a broken world, conference highlights the need for Christians who labor in medical fields to witness faithfully to ‘the least of these.’

Erik Tryggestad reports from Plano, Texas.

 
Editorial: Why, and how, we will talk about 2024 politics
 

Editorial: Why, and how, we will talk about 2024 politics

 

The Chronicle’s mission is to inform, inspire and unite. We do not imagine we will unite our readers politically. But we do intend to inform them about Christians who are involved in the elections ahead, whether as candidates or advocates.

Cheryl Mann Bacon shares on behalf of the Editorial Board.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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