Tagged “New St. Andrews College”

The CREC Presiding Ministers & the Malignant Pastor

Cancer

“So if someone with a long enough face to be a dowager from Human Resources tells me that I am no longer permitted, as a cis-white-male, to make any observations or comparisons, metaphorical or otherwise, about any aspect of the female anatomy, guess what I am going to do? Guess what my next blog post is going to be about?” —Douglas Wilson Continue reading

Friday, September 29, 2017 |

Of Slopes & Keys

And Child Molesters

Caution: Slippery Slope

“All the varied expressions of transgressive sexuality currently being celebrated in our culture, and now by the highest court in the land, are out of accord with God’s creational design for human sexuality, and are therefore sinful in the eyes of God. Whenever men set themselves up arrogantly to challenge God’s holy standards for sexuality, seeking to teach contrary to what God has taught us in His Word, they are vainly attempting something that is not within their authority to accomplish. We cannot bestow dignity where God has withheld it, and we cannot join together what God has determined shall remain forever separated.” —Douglas Wilson Continue reading

Thursday, September 14, 2017 |

Moscow-Pullman Daily News Letter to the Editor

Moscow-Pullman Daily News Letters to the Editor

“Moscow residents should also be aware that the 680-seat auditorium planned for downtown is probably set to be Doug Wilson’s church. Most of the building is the auditorium, and you can’t teach 300 music students with only five classrooms. And suppose they actually do add 300 more students to the 165 they already have — downtown Moscow would be overrun with New Saint Andrews College students, and Doug Wilson’s dream of making Moscow into his own Oxford would be achieved.” Continue reading

Saturday, August 12, 2017 |

Moscow-Pullman Daily News op-ed

“New St. Andrews’ downtown Moscow presence is a decided benefit to some businesses and a detriment to others. NSA has grown a great deal since its founding in 1994. Although the institution prizes its status as a small school, it’s obvious that NSA intends to continue growing. The bigger it becomes, the greater impact it will have on downtown Moscow, and the harder it will become for NSA to develop and move to a more integral, integrated campus.” Continue reading

Monday, August 7, 2017 |