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Jason D. Baker is the founder of Baker's Guide to Christian Online Learning.  You can follow him on Facebook, Twitter, or Google+.

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Lancaster Bible College Joins BakersGuide.com as a Featured School

Lancaster Bible College joins BakersGuide.com as a featured school with a focus on their online Bachelor of Science in Bible degree completion program. This online degree competition program combines accelerated online courses and the possibility of advanced standing based on life experience.

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UK Online Learning Task Force Releases £100 Million Recommendations

The Online Learning Task Force, convened by the Higher Education Funding Council for England, released a report this month recommending that £100 million be invested over five years to enhance online learning in the UK.

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Dana College Purchased by For-Profit

One of the trends in the online learning industry is for-profit companies purchasing struggling accredited religious and liberal arts colleges. On Tuesday, the Lutheran liberal arts Dana College announced its purchase by a private for-profit company, the newly-created Dana Education Corporation.

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Follow BakersGuide.com on Facebook and Twitter

Baker's Guide to Christian Distance Education is now on Facebook and Twitter.  Please join us as fans and followers.

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Christianity & Online Learning

When I was in college, I read through the writings of Francis Schaeffer.  One of the things that struck me was his contention that ideas (particularly those concerning truth) move through the world in stages.  In The God Who Is There, Schaeffer presents a staircase (below his famous line of despair) and notes that the shift in truth affects philosophy first, then art, then music, then into the general culture, and finally into theology.  I’ve heard it put more broadly concerning cultural trends – first they hit the academy, then a decade later they permeate popular culture, then about ten years after that the church finally embraces the trend.

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