American Association of Christian Schools

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The American Association of Christian Schools (AACS) is a United States organization, based in Chattanooga, Tennessee, that unifies individual conservative Protestant Christian schools and statewide Christian school associations across the country for the purpose of accreditation, competition, and group benefits.wikipedia
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The American Association of Christian Schools (AACS) is a United States organization, based in Chattanooga, Tennessee, that unifies individual conservative Protestant Christian schools and statewide Christian school associations across the country for the purpose of accreditation, competition, and group benefits.
The American Association of Christian Schools, founded in 1972, brings together many conservative Protestant Christian schools.

Land letter

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In 2002 AACS president Carl D. Herbster was one of five evangelical Protestant leaders who signed the "Land letter" to President George W. Bush, outlining their theological support for a pre-emptive invasion of Iraq as a just war.

United States

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The American Association of Christian Schools (AACS) is a United States organization, based in Chattanooga, Tennessee, that unifies individual conservative Protestant Christian schools and statewide Christian school associations across the country for the purpose of accreditation, competition, and group benefits.

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The American Association of Christian Schools (AACS) is a United States organization, based in Chattanooga, Tennessee, that unifies individual conservative Protestant Christian schools and statewide Christian school associations across the country for the purpose of accreditation, competition, and group benefits.

Educational accreditation

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The American Association of Christian Schools (AACS) is a United States organization, based in Chattanooga, Tennessee, that unifies individual conservative Protestant Christian schools and statewide Christian school associations across the country for the purpose of accreditation, competition, and group benefits.

Biblical literalism

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Members subscribe to a Statement of Faith based on biblical literalism, creationism, and rejection of ecumenism.

Creationism

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Members subscribe to a Statement of Faith based on biblical literalism, creationism, and rejection of ecumenism.

Ecumenism

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Members subscribe to a Statement of Faith based on biblical literalism, creationism, and rejection of ecumenism.

U.S. state

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The AACS includes 37 associations, each representing the AACS schools in its state.

Lobbying

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The AACS has an active lobbying program in Washington and sends periodic communications to its members providing news and recommended positions on current federal and state legislative proposals in the areas it describes as "education, religious liberty, pro-family issues, and pro-life issues."

United States Congress

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The AACS has an active lobbying program in Washington and sends periodic communications to its members providing news and recommended positions on current federal and state legislative proposals in the areas it describes as "education, religious liberty, pro-family issues, and pro-life issues."

State legislature (United States)

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The AACS has an active lobbying program in Washington and sends periodic communications to its members providing news and recommended positions on current federal and state legislative proposals in the areas it describes as "education, religious liberty, pro-family issues, and pro-life issues."

Education in the United States

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The AACS has an active lobbying program in Washington and sends periodic communications to its members providing news and recommended positions on current federal and state legislative proposals in the areas it describes as "education, religious liberty, pro-family issues, and pro-life issues."

Freedom of religion

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The AACS has an active lobbying program in Washington and sends periodic communications to its members providing news and recommended positions on current federal and state legislative proposals in the areas it describes as "education, religious liberty, pro-family issues, and pro-life issues."

Family values

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The AACS has an active lobbying program in Washington and sends periodic communications to its members providing news and recommended positions on current federal and state legislative proposals in the areas it describes as "education, religious liberty, pro-family issues, and pro-life issues."

Anti-abortion movement

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The AACS has an active lobbying program in Washington and sends periodic communications to its members providing news and recommended positions on current federal and state legislative proposals in the areas it describes as "education, religious liberty, pro-family issues, and pro-life issues."

Evangelicalism

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In 2002 AACS president Carl D. Herbster was one of five evangelical Protestant leaders who signed the "Land letter" to President George W. Bush, outlining their theological support for a pre-emptive invasion of Iraq as a just war.

George W. Bush

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In 2002 AACS president Carl D. Herbster was one of five evangelical Protestant leaders who signed the "Land letter" to President George W. Bush, outlining their theological support for a pre-emptive invasion of Iraq as a just war.

Theology

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In 2002 AACS president Carl D. Herbster was one of five evangelical Protestant leaders who signed the "Land letter" to President George W. Bush, outlining their theological support for a pre-emptive invasion of Iraq as a just war.

2003 invasion of Iraq

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In 2002 AACS president Carl D. Herbster was one of five evangelical Protestant leaders who signed the "Land letter" to President George W. Bush, outlining their theological support for a pre-emptive invasion of Iraq as a just war.

Just war theory

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In 2002 AACS president Carl D. Herbster was one of five evangelical Protestant leaders who signed the "Land letter" to President George W. Bush, outlining their theological support for a pre-emptive invasion of Iraq as a just war.

Hanalani Schools

Hanalani is fully accredited by the American Association of Christian Schools and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, and has approximately 720 students in total.

Fourth Baptist Christian School

Fourth Baptist Christian School is a member of the American Association of Christian Schools.

Bob Jones University

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In the spring, a similar competition sponsored by the American Association of Christian Schools, and hosted by BJU since 1977, brings thousands of national finalists to the university from around the country.