What happened at Hyles-Anderson College?
Ryder recently filed a lawsuit against the estate of Jack Hyles, his son David Hyles, Hyles-Anderson College and First Baptist Church of Hammond alleging that David Hyles raped, sexually assaulted and sexually abused her and that church leadership covered it up in the late 1970s.
How many students attend Hyles-Anderson College?
Hyles-Anderson College appears to be struggling, too. About 1,000 students are currently enrolled, down from 2,700 in its heyday, according to admissions director Joe Peete, who gave a Chicago intern a tour of the premises in late October.
What did Jack Hyles believe?
Like the leaders before him, Hyles preached against Catholics, communists, feminists, and evolutionists (a term he often used). He wholeheartedly supported segregation and was an open racist, though he believed that because he tried to convert Black people to his teachings he couldn’t possibly have any prejudice.
Where is Jack Schaap now?
Schaap is imprisoned in Ashland, Kentucky, where he and more than 300 others contracted COVID-19 this fall, according to his letter, making him no longer afraid he would pass it onto his parents.
What did Jack Hyles do wrong?
Ballenger molested a 7-year-old girl in her Hammond Sunday school class. During a Sunday school class “a church worker reportedly witnessed the act and removed the girl from the room, police said.” The Chicago Tribune in a 1991 article reported that Hyles was sued for $1 million by the parents of the girl.
Is Jack Hyles still alive?
Cameron Giovanelli pastored Calvary Baptist Church in Dundalk, MD from 2004 to 2014. After leaving Calvary Baptist Church, he became president of Golden State Baptist College in California under the leadership of Pastor Jack Trieber.
When did Jack Hyles die?
February 6, 2001