More Documents to Be Revealed Monday

Joe Aguillard and the trustees at Louisiana College have more to look forward to.

More documents will be released Monday. And these documents will, praise God, vindicate many who have been castigated by Joe Aguillard during this long, scandalous ordeal. I am officially asking Kelly Boggs of the Baptist Message to cover this information. In his March 17, 2013 article in the Baptist Message, Boggs portrays the story as being closed and Aguillard exonerated. With these new revelations, it’s clear that the matter is not settled and Boggs has the responsibility as a journalist to report on these issues.

I’m also officially asking the Baptist Press to address these revelations – with honesty, forthrightness, and integrity. It is shameful that secular and liberal media will address the sin that our press outlets conceal. If there’s not integrity, it’s not journalism – it’s propaganda.

I pray that these documents will shed light on the real issues behind Louisiana College’s struggles.

Oh, and if you thought the last documents exposed a lot… just wait. Louisiana College is unraveling. They must make the necessary changes now.

Take no part in the unfruitful works of darkness, but instead expose them. For it is shameful even to speak of the things that they do in secret. 13 But when anything is exposed by the light, it becomes visible, for anything that becomes visible is light. – Ephesians 5:11-13

[Contributed by JD Hall]

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6 Responses

  1. jug says:

    Apparently the executive board called a special meeting Monday night and approved a recommendation to extend the President’s contract. The full board meets in Mid-March to approve the budget( among other things).

  2. Mark says:


    Sorry about my off-topic question, I don’t have a twitter account, because I choose to be less exposed with my opinions.

    I read one of your twitter remarks 2/28/14 when you mentioned you were “too harsh” on Jared Moore. What does “too harsh” mean? Does it mean you made statements about Jared that were untrue?

  3. I’d be pleasantly surprised if the Baptist press or any of the state Baptist papers reported forth-rightly a controversy. I’ve sent articles to the Baptist Press and many state papers about the Caner debacle and gotten ignored. Only in a couple of cases do they even bother to respond and they respond with lame excuses.

    I’m glad JD exposed The Christian Post on Friday’s program. Just to give the details: My article entitled “Mark Driscoll, Ergun Caner and the Scandal of Evangelical Integrity” to the Christian Post and it was accepted with the words from the managing editor “I like this one.” It was posted on December 19, 2013 at about 9:30 AM EST. It was taken down without explanation by the time I got back from lunch. I later learned that Richard Land is the executive editor of The Christian Post. Land had promoted Caner on Land’s radio program. I specifically asked John Gano three times if Land pressured him to pull my article. He didn’t answer. Even when I said that anything other than a denial would be taken as a confirmation that Land pressured him to pull the article, he would not deny it. Gano even wrote, “so what if Caner fudged his” claims.

  4. Proposition for Debate: selecting an unrepentant public liar as the president of a “Christian” school is no less an act of apostasy than selecting an unrepentant homosexual.

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