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Thank you for listening to me on A Higher Education, brought to you by HBU. This radio program is dedicated to serious study of the Scriptures, and to soberly facing the issues of our day. Listen to past programs at the HBU archive.

How to Listen:

• On the air

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Listen to 100.7 FM, The Word, KKHT in Houston weekdays at 6pm Central.

• On your computer

Go to www.kkht.com and click “Listen Live” weekdays at 6pm Central. Listen to past programs at the HBU archive.

• On your mobile

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About A Higher Education and Dr. Sloan:
My earliest calling as a Christian was to be a preacher and a teacher of the word of God. I’ve spent my life studying the Scriptures and look forward to this new opportunity to share God’s word—in fact, to share it in a way that reflects both a serious study of its history, background, and theology, and also my desire to allow the Scriptures to shape my life.

I want HBU clearly to be known as a rigorous university that takes seriously a Christian worldview. That means we try to think deeply and critically about our commitments as Christians, the scriptural basis of those commitments, and how they may be put into practice in the real world. A Higher Education gives me a chance to help advance that vision, straight from my heart, directly to you.

Read Dr. Sloan’s full bio here.

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