Mid-Continent passes 2,000

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  1. Tom Butler

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    For those of you who are familiar with Mid-Continent University in Mayfield, Kentucky:

    The school announced this week that it has passed the 2,000 enrollment mark for the first time in history.

    And MCU is re-submitting its application to SACS to begin a graduate-level program.
     
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    Hurrah!!!

    Tom,

    This is great news on all fronts!!! This is a long way from the West Kentucky Bible Institute that H Boice Taylor and Roy Beaman influenced; don't you think?

    As one who teaches at a "sister insitution" I applaud your work. :thumbsup:

    "That is all!"
     
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    Rhet, thank you. All glory to God, who has given the school gifted and Godly leaders, faculty and staff.

    Mid-Continent has a couple of interesting sections in its by-laws. First, all courses, including non-Bible courses, must be taught from a Christian worldview, and each professor must state in writing how he or she will incorporate this worldview into the course work.

    Second, if the school ever stops teaching an inerrant and infallible scripture, it will shut own and its assets disposed of.
     
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