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The transcript was sent in pamphlet form in fund-raising letters and sold in the University book store.
In the sermon, Jones states "If you are against segregation and against racial separation, then you are against God Almighty." The school began a long history of supporting politicians who were considered aligned with racial segregation.
At a news conference following the letter's release, Bush said, "I make no excuses. (The Mc Cains have an adopted daughter from Bangladesh, and later push polling also implied that the child was biracial.) BJU has seen little political controversy since Stephen Jones became president.
When asked by a Newsweek reporter if he wished to play a political role, Stephen Jones replied, "It would not be my choice." Further, when asked if he felt ideologically closer to his father's engagement with politics or to other evangelicals who have tried to avoid civic involvement, he answered, "The gospel is for individuals. We’re not here to save the culture." In a 2005 Washington Post interview, Jones dodged political questions and even admitted that he was embarrassed by "some of the more vitriolic comments" made by his predecessors.
In 2008, the university estimated the number of its graduates at 35,000.