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January 11, 1989 | LYNN SMITH, Times Staff Writer
The internationally known founder of a small Christian law school in Anaheim has agreed to leave the institution, the chairman of school's board of directors said Tuesday, ending a year of controversy that included references to alleged moral and ethical improprieties. John W.
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January 14, 1989 | LYNN SMITH, Times Staff Writer
The founder of a small Christian law school in Anaheim has agreed to leave the institution, the chairman of the school's board of directors said this week, ending a year of controversy that included references to alleged moral and ethical improprieties. John W.
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January 11, 1989 | CARLA RIVERA, Times Staff Writer
John Warwick Montgomery has gained a reputation as an evangelical scholar and teacher with a searing wit and a flair for controversy. Described as a child prodigy with a quick intellect marked by a voracious reading habit, Montgomery specialized in Christian apologetics, or defense of the faith, taking up law in later life.
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January 11, 1989 | CARLA RIVERA, Times Staff Writer
John Warwick Montgomery has gained a reputation as an evangelical scholar and teacher with a searing wit and a flair for controversy. Described as a child prodigy with a quick intellect marked by a voracious reading habit, Montgomery specialized in Christian apologetics, or defense of the faith, taking up law in later life.
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January 14, 1989 | LYNN SMITH, Times Staff Writer
The founder of a small Christian law school in Anaheim has agreed to leave the institution, the chairman of the school's board of directors said this week, ending a year of controversy that included references to alleged moral and ethical improprieties. John W.
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May 24, 1986 | United Press International
A three-member appeal court began hearings this week in the case of three Protestant missionaries, including a Southern California man sentenced to a 3 1/2-year jail term for converting a Greek Orthodox youth. Donald Stephens, 40, of San Pedro, a member of Youth With a Mission; Alan Williams, 52, a British teacher, and Costas Macris, 50, a Greek missionary who preached in Indonesia, are using their case to campaign against Greece's constitutional prohibition of proselytism, a diplomat said.
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May 3, 1987 | DANIELLE FOUQUETTE, Times Staff Writer
The Bishop of London, speaking in Orange County on Saturday, reiterated his opposition to the ordination of women as Anglican priests--a move he claims would challenge the authority of Scripture. Bishop Graham Leonard spoke at a press conference at the Simon Greenleaf School of Law in Anaheim, where he will receive an honorary degree and deliver an address at the school's commencement ceremonies today.
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August 9, 2001 | H.G. REZA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The controversy over allegations of plagiarism in a law review article gained a new wrinkle when the author of a book on human rights complained that a Santa Ana law school dean cited his book as a source without using any material from it. John W. Montgomery, a British law professor and author of "Human Rights and Human Dignity," said he believes Trinity Law School Dean Winston L. Frost improperly used his book as a source.
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May 4, 1987 | BOB SCHWARTZ, Times Staff Writer
Anglican Bishop Graham Leonard, whose opposition to the ordination of women as priests has sparked a controversy within the Church of England, spoke to graduates of an Anaheim Christian law school Sunday about "the splendor of chastity" and the danger of anything less than that in today's world. "I suspect that many people in the world today . . .
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January 11, 1989 | LYNN SMITH, Times Staff Writer
The internationally known founder of a small Christian law school in Anaheim has agreed to leave the institution, the chairman of school's board of directors said Tuesday, ending a year of controversy that included references to alleged moral and ethical improprieties. John W.
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August 10, 2001 | EMMANUELLE SOICHET, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Not quite 8 a.m. Sunday in a dark studio lighted mostly by the glare of two computer screens, talk-radio host Neil Saavedra calmly reassures a homosexual caller, Anna, that she is as valuable a being as any other in Christ's eyes. "Don't let anybody with a collar or without a collar tell you that you are worthless in the eyes of God or that you are not loved in the eyes of God," says the man behind the supposed voice of Jesus on "The Jesus Christ Show" on KFI-AM (640).
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August 18, 2001 | H.G. REZA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Santa Ana law school stripped its dean of his position Friday after investigating charges that he had plagiarized from two publications for an article in the school's law review. Yet to be decided is whether Trinity Law School will attempt to remove him as a tenured faculty member. Winston L.
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