Dr. Piper appeared last night on Fox News’ Special Report with Bret Baier, discussing recent college protests and the idea that the troubles we see on campuses nationwide is a result of the ideas our culture has been teaching our students.
As Americans across the United States head to the polls today, a few of the OKWU family are reflecting on their time at the Values Voter Summit in Washington, D.C.
OKWU announced today that it will not participate in this year’s NAIA cross country championship unless the event is returned to the state of North Carolina.
OKWU’s School of Ministry recently took an opportunity to serve the Bartlesville community.
“But today, my NAIA peers seem determined to reject the very premise of Title IX…”
OKWU Men’s Soccer is #1 in the nation for the first time in school history.
“Oklahoma Wesleyan is committed to protecting our students and their legal rights and this mandate is an infringement upon those rights and on the privacy of mainly the young women with whom we have been entrusted.”
Now that the Supreme Court has urged the government to work with the plaintiffs to find a solution, pray that the administration and its lawyers listen and hear this message loud and clear.
The Supreme Court has issued a ruling on Zubik v. Burwell, which includes Oklahoma Wesleyan’s case against the “contraception mandate” of the Affordable Care Act. The Court chose to vacate previous judgements, a step in the right direction, says Dr. Piper.
This week’s Talking Points is the text of Dr. Piper’s speech prepared for presentation at the World Congress for Families in Tbilisi, Georgia.