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KING: Because you didn't take black kids for a long time, right? Furman (ph) University in our town took their first black I believe it was in '65, Clemson in '63. KING: If you have a drug addict, you don't try to help them? JONES: Well, our first obligation is to the Christian student who means business for the Lord. KING: All those things are learning processes -- bad and good, but they're learning processes. But we have said there is a principle here, an overriding principle of the one world government. JONES: It is a rule, it is, but it's the most insignificant thing, but now, we are being defined as a racist school. KING: Partly, during the era -- you know -- the era of segregation, segregationists said, well, we are not racist, we just think the races should be apart, they should be treated equally, but not together, and that was regarded as a kind of a cop-out. KING: Do you think maybe -- I mean, you could change that, you think it is a stretch maybe? It hurts our graduates, we love our graduates greatly, it hurts maybe the church, as well.
I got up afterwards, and I told him I appreciate his frankness. KING: So Governor Bush could have taken that approach that day? If a candidate has to disassociate himself from anything he might disagree with at a venue where he finds himself speaking, he can't go anywhere to speak. And who would have thought that this could have ever happened? KING: But you would probably disagree with George Bush on immigration. JONES: Obviously we don't subscribe to everything a candidate.
Most people today have fed themselves on the entertainment media. I mean, a person can hardly sit down today without a movie or without music or something going on.
We're going to do everything we can to keep this fleshly nature of ours from taking control of us. In all, this is what the Reformation was all about a long time ago.
Cult also means, according to the dictionary -- I looked it up this afternoon because I figured you would ask this question -- it also has the broader meaning of strict adherence to any faith.
In fact, I was reading a "Newsweek" article today written in 1996 about the pope's visit to South America.
Will you explain your feelings about the Catholic Church and also the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. It's called the Morning star of the revelation -- the morning star of the Reformation. If there's doctrine in any other church contrary to the Bible, we can't feel good about that. JONES: Well, "cult" has, I admit, a connotation, of something sinister, or...
KING: OK, let's move to the printed criticism -- and it's all over the stories tonight in New York -- of your criticism of the Catholic Church. Why say that that's some sort of mysterious kind of thing that's bad?
KING: But, Doctor, there's a lot of good stuff on television...
And we say, you know, we Christians ought to feed our minds on better stuff than this, wholesome stuff, not perversity.
KING: All right, the concept that a school -- it is a Christian training, in fact, you call it a traditional, Bible believing Christian place, right? We never have tried to, we have never tried to do that. There have been four, five, six generations of students that graduated from there have never heard this preached in our chapel or taught in our school. KING: But it's a rule, though, they know they can't. I met with the administrators this afternoon before coming here. We don't want this to be a -- here is a great institution, one of the premier academic institutions in America, one of the premier Christian colleges of America. And if all anybody can see is this rule, which we never talk about or preach, which most of our students couldn't even tell you what it is. I said to our administration, you know, guys, this thing is of such insignificance to us, it is so significant to the world at large, the media particularly, why should we have this here as an obstacle?
JONES: Sometimes they have a problem, but you know, people from accredited colleges do, too. One of our graduates recently told me that two years ago he went to the University of Virginia medical school, and I said, how many were in your freshman class? The problem we have today is that our principle is so greatly misunderstood.
KING: If you are not accredited, do they have a problem getting into postgraduate schools? KING: All right, let's get over -- discuss some of the restrictions, and then we'll discuss some of the things that are in news and we'll deal with politics and take some calls. KING: But will you admit, as Jerry Falwell has said, you were wrong, you should have taken them? JONES: Well, being a Bible believing institution, Larry, we try to base things on Bible principle. We -- a young man or young lady who's come to us, recently converted, no longer on drugs, of course we grow them, but...