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FROM THE COLLEGES: Gardner-Webb's Frank Bonner sets retirement; HBU profs to lead 'Prepared to Answer' simulcast
Gardner-Webb University President Frank Bonner sets retirement; Houston Baptist University professors to lead 'Prepared to Answer' apologetics simulcast Feb. 17. Read More
Doug Hodo, former Baptist univ. president, diesBOERNE, Texas (BP) -- Edward D. (Doug) Hodo Sr., second president of Houston Baptist University, died Oct. 10 at his home in Boerne, Texas, after a brief battle with cancer. He was 81.
Hodo led HBU from 1987 until his retirement in 2006, when he was named president emeritus. The university has scheduled a memorial service for Hodo at 10:30 a.m. Friday, Nov. 11, in Belin Chapel on the HBU campus. Read More
Baptist universities appeal to Supreme Court
WASHINGTON (BP) -- Houston Baptist University and East Texas Baptist University are appealing to the Supreme Court in challenging the Obamacare mandate to provide insurance coverage encompassing abortion-inducing drugs.
HBU and ETBU in conjunction with the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty along with Westminster Theological Seminary filed a petition today (July 8) with the high court in response to a June 22 ruling by a three-judge panel of the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals that the mandate did not and, likely, would not "substantially burden their ... Read More
Baptist universities weigh next step on HHS mandate
NEW ORLEANS (BP) -- Houston Baptist University and East Texas Baptist University are among seven faith-based institutions weighing their options in challenging the Obamacare mandate to provide insurance coverage encompassing abortion-inducing drugs.
HBU, ETBU and the other institutions in conjunction with the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty are weighing an appeal to the full U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans or to the Supreme Court following a ruling ... Read More
Cheating in football: 'There are absolutes'
NASHVILLE (BP) -- As sports fans continue to ask questions about underinflated footballs in this year's AFC championship game, football coaches at Baptist colleges and universities are using the controversy as an opportunity to reflect on integrity in athletics. Read More