Havard Divinity School: The Voice

Over the past 20 or so years it has been common knowledge that most of the elite especially eastern Divinity Schools have been taken over by left leaning liberal theologians.  These people in general have been more interested in what man thinks than in what God has said in His word and what He things.

Well take heart, some of that may be changing.  At the Harvard Divinity School, there is a student lead movement to bring back "Conservatism" or maybe a high view of Scripture back into the arena for discussion.   You can read about this movement at their on-line magazine The Voice.   

I want to encourage you to read there magazine, to pray for them and to encourage them in the work they are doing.  They are in very hostile territory.

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One Response to Havard Divinity School: The Voice

  1. Thank you!!!! I wrote the last article in the second issue of the Voice and I really, really appreciate your prayers.
    Christine

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