Wednesday, 10 December 2014 12:04

Brewton-Parker regains accreditation

For the first time since it went on probation in 2012, a regional accrediting body has given a Georgia Baptist Convention college a clean bill of health.

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Ergun Caner says he has no answers about why his 15-year-old son killed himself, but he sought solace by returning to the pulpit.

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A Southern Baptist citizen journalist says he regrets involving a teenager who recently ended his own life in a long-running controversy concerning the boy’s father.

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The community at Brewton-Parker College in Mount Vernon, Ga., is rallying around President Ergun Caner and his family after the sudden loss of 15-year-old Braxton Caner in Texas.

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President Ergun Caner says a recent vote to revoke the school’s accreditation isn’t final, and he expects it to be reversed whether on appeal or in court.

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Thursday, 03 July 2014 13:37

Caner ordered to pay attorney fees

A Georgia Baptist college professor has been ordered to pay legal fees after filing a lawsuit deemed frivolous by a federal judge.

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Thursday, 15 May 2014 12:12

Ex-Muslim preacher loses copyright claim

A federal judge in Virginia has ruled that a blogger’s posting of videos of a disputed “ex-Muslim” testimony constitutes fair use under the Copyright Act.

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A blogger sued for copyright infringement denies a lawyer’s allegations that he is a disgruntled former employee seeking revenge.

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Monday, 21 April 2014 14:15

Judge says use of Caner video fair

A blogger has reposted video of a famous “ex-Muslim” testimony that critics claim is exaggerated.

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J.D. Hall, a South Dakota pastor, blogger and broadcaster, says he is turning a page on one controversy and opening a new chapter on another.

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