Going away to college can be exciting, scary, wild, or all of the above. And don't think Christian colleges are always a fail safe alternative. As students trade home life for dorm life, they leave behind their church, their friends, their families--their major networks of support. What should they expect when they arrive on campus?
How to Stay Christian in College is an interactive guide that lets students know what to expect and reassures them that they can attend school and still maintain their faith. Filled with anecdotes, resources, and much more, it prepares, equips, and encourages high school and college students to meet the challenge of living out their faith at school. It examines different worldviews and myths that students encounter at college, giving them the tools they need to meet the challenges ahead.
|Release Date: April 2004||Pages: 178|
|Binding: Hardcover||Print Size: |
|Height: .99 inches||Width: 5.54 inches|
|Length: 8.54 inches||Weight: .77 pounds|
|Series Name: College||Series Number: |
J. Budziszewski received his Ph.D. from Yale in 1981, and is a professor in the departments of Government and Philosophy at the University of Texas at Austin. Budziszewski is an ethical and political philosopher. He is also a nationally-known authority on the tradition of Natural Law, which is germane to intelligent design because natural teleology is at heart a design concept.
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