The Adventist Review reports that the La Sierra University Board of Trustees is moving to resolve the recent conflict regarding the pedagogy of origins at the school.
In the article, Ricardo Graham, LSU board of trustees chair and president of the church’s Pacific Union Conference, states, "I am very, very hopeful of a resolution very, very soon."
Asked what church members can expect from such a review, Graham said, “The thing to look at will be a particular adjustment in that class. I think that the body of believers should be able to see something significant happening. . .I think there will be some adjustments,” which he hoped would take place prior to the beginning of school next fall.
Graham added, “Our students are important; their parents make great sacrifices to send them to a Seventh-day Adventist school to get a Seventh-day Adventist education.
He said, “I hope that in this entire discussion and throughout our continuation of this process that our members will remember all the positive aspects of this wonderful Seventh-day Adventist educational institution.
Read the rest of the article here.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://spectrummagazine.org/node/2379