Tag: Debt

The American Church is becoming increasingly suspicious of the American Dream. It has always been an ill defined concept, but generally speaking, the American Dream is the promise of a good job, a nice home, a good looking family, etc. In American History, were taught about the concept of “Manifest...
Throughout the series of posts on The Student Debt Crisis we collected answers to five questions from thirty three people. You can click on each image to see larger versions of them. Any thoughts?
While the previous posts have been discussing higher education in general and considering possible Christian responses, this post will focus on Christian Colleges and Universities. First, I want to acknowledge that these institutions are endeavoring to do a great thing in providing a solid, biblically based education. But that...
In light of our recent posts on college debt, two things are very clear: 1. We need to learn how to shepherd/lead each other on how to get out of debt. 2. We need to learn how to shepherd/lead each other on how to avoid debt in the first place. As believers,...
Whatever happened to the purpose of a college or university being to educate students with truth that will shape their hearts and minds? Or was that ever the intention? It seems that the shift in education to an experience is connected with another type of problem; the idea that...
Unfortunately, higher education has seen a shift in recent years towards college being more about a life experience than an education. One of our students at Eternity recently surveyed a large group of other college students attending schools throughout a nearby county to better understand their culture. One respondent...
There has been much attention recently given to the looming student debt crisis. Stories about coping with debt and the soaring cost of college are all too common. Some are even suggesting that this could be a pivotal issue in the upcoming elections. There are those suggesting that this...
Eternity Bible College exists for several reasons; one of them is to provide a quality, life-transforming education at a price that students are able to afford so they can graduate debt-free.  We are committed to this because we believe student debt is deadly.  How many dreams of serving God...
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