My daughter called home yesterday from college, during the first session of a course on World History Since 1500. “I’m dropping this course,” she said. “The teacher said she’s not going to cover any wars. She thinks it’s more important to study the ways people have saved other people than to talk about people killing […]
There’s an outstanding movie coming out on March 21 in the U.S. This video has virtually the same name, and it’s outstanding, too. God is not dead!
A few days Mike Adams posted an article at Townhall.com titled Diversity and Catatonic Schizophrenia. It begins, Dianne Harrison is the new president of California State University, Northridge (CSUN). It’s a small college in the Golden State but it sure is loaded with diversity. How do I know? Because Dianne has written a letter to […]
This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Life Lessons in College A while ago I began a tale of my experiences in college, where I learned that life is great and life is awful, and does any of it make sense? I was living out a dream, but I almost died, too, […]
This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Staying Christian In College Books on Christianity In College Website: Boundless.org Focus Section—highly recommended! Campus Ministry Groups Campus Crusade for Christ Intervarsity Christian Fellowship Navigators Baptist Student Union (I cannot find a national level website for BSU) (others? please add them in the comments) What […]
This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Staying Christian In College Students are heading back to college soon. What’s it like for Christians on secular campuses? For some it’s a spiritually rich experience where pressures and opportunities come together to build faith. These students often discover great fellowship, see God work through […]
My college friend Rob Koons was putting together a concentration on “Western Civilization and American Institutions” at the University of Texas, but he got the plugged pulled on him in a manner that was not only unceremonious but also confused, contradictory, and educationally unwise. He learned some lessons from the experience, including: Our program was rightly […]
This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Action You wouldn’t expect a talk on Jesus and the University to start in Calcutta, India, but that’s the context in which Mary Poplin presented her thoughts on this topic. Poplin was at one time Dean of the School of Educational Studies at Claremont Graduate […]