The 2016 edition of the Biblical Higher Education Journal, Vol. XI, reflects the wide diversity found across biblical higher education:
- Sylvia McDonald examines the affect of a dual enrollment program on other students.
- Cynthia Tweedell and Harry Hall perform an analysis of the persistence of African-American adults in degree-completion programs.
- Michael James explores the dynamics of population and immigration and its impact on ABHE schools.
- Greg Long thinks about how students across ABHE develop epistemologically and how they should develop in this area as a result of a Bible college education.
- Paul Hartog calls on librarians to develop a biblical, God-centered ethics.