Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Raising Leaders by Lowering Standards
Here is some exciting news in the world of education. Harding University is proud to announce that if you are not up-to-snuff academically, you have nothing to fear. They will just make classes easier. In an effort to combat the plummeting test scores on general Bible exams, the university has decided to take what had previously been two classes (Old Testament and New Testament) and divide them up into four, slower-paced survey courses. Now you can spend twice as much time to learn the same amount of information, proving as usual that education on every level is habitually tailored to the needs of the lowest common denominator.