The Voice of the Conservative Movement at Wabash College

On Thursday, September 30, 2010, the Wabash Conservative Union, in conjunction with the Wabash Newman Center and the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, will host Robert P. George, professor of jurisprudence at Princeton University.  He will be presenting a talk entitled “Natural Law, God, and Human Dignity” at 8:00 p.m. in Baxter 101.
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The Pro-Life movement in America is in a crisis. With the Freedom of Choice Act (FOCA) looming in the air and the perceived prospect that it may be enacted, the abortion debate has once again reached a feverish pitch. Faith-based groups have mobilized, websites such as FightFOCA.com have sprung up, and eighty-four Facebook groups dedicated [...]

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On Wednesday nights at the Newman Center on Grant Avenue, a revival is occurring. In a sense, this revival does involve miracles and speaking in tongues. However, this has nothing to do with Pentecostalism. Instead, a revival of the traditional Latin Mass of the Roman Catholic Church is occurring. Something which many people thought was dead has revived, and the speaking of a dead language of Rome has caught a zealous fire amongst Catholic youth here at Wabash and across the nation.

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The Christian Studies Center will serve the College, including students, staff, faculty, and alumni, by creating and supporting programs to promote Christian excellence at Wabash. We want to support Wabash Christians in both their intellectual and spiritual pursuits. Indeed, we believe that Christians anywhere and everywhere cannot separate the intellectual from the spiritual. To grow spiritually, you need to be challenged intellectually, but intellectual challenges work best when they are theologically informed and spiritually nourishing. The Wabash Christian Studies Center will unite hearts and minds in the pursuit of Christian excellence.

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