Dr. Piper joins Pat Campbell to talk about “Never Trumpers”, Disturbing Billboards, and more. https://dfkfj8j276wwv.cloudfront.net/episodes/7e2f888b-00db-4740-b91d-78da87164b3a/3ff26a2c413ef63b567ea0f78f603657ced695d1e1ce68995765a4bf52fbcd0ecb4ff017df3fbc931c47e85681300984900f4fe02d4532fd5d208ed32021c58e/Piper%20POD%205-12.mp3
As 2016 winds down, we wanted to take a look back at some of the excitement of the past year in the life of OKWU. Enjoy this round-up of our 10 most-viewed, or most-“liked”, or just personal favorite stories from the … Continued
November 21, 2016 – Bartlesville, OK The music department of Oklahoma Wesleyan is excited to invite the Bartlesville community to their annual Christmas Concert, held Thursday, December 1st, at 7pm. The program will feature the University’s acappella group, Relentless, as … Continued
“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.”
“We expect our legislature and our governor to honor the dignity of the female and protect the life of the vulnerable. Integrity, honesty and reality demands they do nothing less.”
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.
A group of 35 OKWU staff and students participated in a rally with hundreds of brothers and sisters in Christ while the court heard the oral arguments of Zubik v. Burwell.
The full text of Dr. Piper’s speech accepting the 2016 Jeane Kirkpatrick Award for Academic Freedom.
“Remember that he who defines the terms wins the debate and he who defines the words, wins the culture.”
February 17, 2016 Below is the text of Dr. Piper’s recent address at the Kansas Religious Freedom Rally It may seem a bit pedantic, but words mean something. They have definitions. Words like green and gay, left and right, change and … Continued