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How can secular academia be so pretentious with so much craziness on college campuses?

Absolute Craziness On College Campuses

Craziness is the overriding adjective for secular colleges these days, and even a few Christian colleges. Here are some news bites hinting at the degree of this craziness on college campuses: State colleges in California have six gender options for new students, including “none of the above.”[1] Secular colleges dictate that campus Christian clubs must […]

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To choose a Christian college, or a secular one, is to open oneself to a lifetime of understanding based on a particular worldview.

Another Reason to Choose a Christian College

My youngest is choosing a college. I hope she will choose a Christian college. The preeminent university in her field is so anti-Christian that they expelled Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship from their school. Certainly, that academic community needs ambassadors of Christ, but do I want my daughter subjected to their constant indoctrination? While we need to […]

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Translation: the parents of these students have been doing a miserable job of preparing their children for polite and civil society, and we have to completely reorient them, as soon as possible.

Parents are Idiots

In a recent faculty discussion of diversity, a professor of social ethics expressed disappointment that his students, having finished his course, had not come to the conclusion that the Iraq war was unjust. Let’s unpack this. First, he seems to believe that the justness of war is related to the discussion of diversity. How would that be, […]

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A Free College Newsletter Template That Recruits Students, Donations, and Spiritual Rewards

(Excerpted from, Finding Funds for a Small Christian College, by David Agron, Ph.D) A college newsletter can be an exceptional tool for recruiting donors and students—really. But how do you entice a potential donor or student to actually read your newsletter and engage with your school instead of throwing out your valuable insights with the […]

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