Welcome to the Interpreter
Cedarville’s mission is education through the Word of God and the testimony of Jesus Christ.
So is ours.
Cedarville’s Handbook focuses on third-tier Christianity, not the core of the gospel.
Focusing on outreach, inclusivity, and truth ought to be at the center of Cedarville’s student expectations. Instead, the handbook remains riddled with archaic legalism and inconsistency.
Several months ago, we asked our followers on Instagram if they would be interested in merchandise, and the majority said yes. But we didn’t want to just drop a merchandise line to make profit for ourselves (because what would we even use it for?). We wanted it to have meaning and purpose. Because of this, … Continue reading FUNDRAISER: Ohio Association of Foodbanks
Right off the bat, I apologize for my puns (Age of Enlightenment…Paige of Enlightenment). But as we go on this journey together into the past of Dr. Paige Patterson–a former trustee at Cedarville University among many other titles–you will see that this man was practically the Anakin Skywalker of the Southern Baptist Convention. He was … Continue reading The Paige of Enlightenment (or not)
Hidden in the shadows, the elusive and borderline mystical “Justice Collective” weaves in and out of comment sections of Julie Roys, The Wartburg Watch, Righting America, and even here at the Cedarville Interpreter. In their own words, “We are an organization composed of Cedarville University alumni, professors, staff members, and former employees who insist that … Continue reading Who is the Justice Collective?