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Surviving Religion 101: Letters to a Christian Student on Keeping the Faith in College  by Michael Kruger  (Wheaton: Crossway, 2021)    “Christianity might be your truth, but that doesn’t mean it is my truth.” Young people, in college, at the workplace, and from the media you consume, you will confront lies like these from relativists […]

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The College-Compromised Christian

I remember it clearly even though it was six years ago. I was sitting on a bench outside a lecture hall at Grand Valley State University, waiting for my class’s turn to enter. A young man sat down next to me wearing a shirt that had the words “Covenant Christian.” I didn’t recognize him, but […]

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The Dangers and Benefits of a Christian College

You can thank God that when you graduate from high school, you have the option of attending a college or university. When God’s people spend a few years delving deeply into mathematics, the sciences, history, or the languages, God’s works are magnified, and he is glorified. Higher education is a good gift. Here on earth, […]

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Dordt College

In the middle of the cows, pigs, corn, and manure of northwest Iowa lies the beautiful 45-acre campus of Dordt College. Dordt is located in Sioux Center, Iowa, a growing city of about 5000. Dordt has approximately 1100 stu­dents, some of whom have come from many differ­ent countries, such as Nigeria, The Netherlands, Canada, Honduras, […]

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Calvin College

Many of you are asking yourselves, “What do I do after high school gradu­ation? Where will I work, or where should I go to school to prepare myself for a future career?” I challenge those of you who are making such decisions to consider a Christian college such as Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, […]

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Trinity Christian College

Driving through the suburb of Palos Heights, Illinois, a visitor could very easily pass the campus of Trinity Chris­tian College and not even realize that he/she had done so. Tucked between a small patch of woods and a quiet subdivision, the beautiful campus stretches over what used to be a golf course. The college is […]

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