Item description for How To Stay Christian In College (OP) (Ord #09813X by J. Budziszewski...
Overview The author presents an interactive guide that helps students examine different world views and myths that they may encounter at college, giving them the tools they need to meet the challenges ahead.
Publishers Description How do you stay open about your faith in the face of potential ridicule? A must-read for every college student, How to Stay Christian in College will guide you through the maze of campus realities, including dating, sex, honesty, and more.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.54" Width: 5.54" Height: 0.99" Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Release Date Mar 29, 2004
Publisher NAV PRESS #111
ISBN 1576835103 ISBN13 9781576835104
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More About J. Budziszewski
J. Budziszewski is the bestselling author of many books, including "What We Can t Not Know: A Guide," "The Revenge of Conscience," "Evangelicals in the Public Square," "Ask Me Anything," and "How to Stay Christian in College." A professor of government and philosophy at the University of Texas, he earned his Ph.D. from Yale University."
J. Budziszewski currently resides in the state of Texas. J. Budziszewski was born in 1952 and has an academic affiliation as follows - University of Texas, Austin.
Reviews - What do customers think about How To Stay Christian In College (OP) (Ord #09813X?
A great guide for young Christians Sep 18, 2008
I love this book. You must read this book if you are soon to begin college or even if you have already started. College is such a spiritually trying time for young people and this book is an excellent guide to help you along. Definitely a keeper!
Second hand faith May 18, 2008
Many Christian High school students graduate and their parents send them off to college, even a Christian college. There they face challenges to "the faith of their fathers." The faith they profess is not the faith they possess. Soon they face challenges such as evolution, lack of credibility in the Bible, as well as temptations to sin or follow other religions. They will not survive on secnd-hand faith. This book will help them to develop and maintain a Christian lifestyle while away from home. It will help them to realize that they're not the "only one" out there.
Christians can not only survive, but flourish in college! May 16, 2008
Welcome to College: A Christ-Follower's Guide for the Journey
How to Stay Christian in College is a clearly written and useful primer on some of the key issues college students face. It is unique in that it is written from the perspective of a successful and thoughtful Christian professor at a large state school. Budziszewski offers helpful advice to students on issues such as politics and morality. College is a time full of opportunities and challenges for Christians and this book will help them begin to prepare for both.
great resource for any college student or high schooler Apr 29, 2008
this is a must-read for anybody who is heading into college or is already a college student. professor budziszewski understands the challenges of living the Christian life after high school and his insights will equip many to face each challenge with GOD's wisdom and help.
This book is a JOKE. Dec 9, 2007
I've made it to page 92, and every page has made me laugh. He makes it seem as if unless a non-believer is asking, "How can Jesus save me what should I do." that they are blowing smoke and trying to divert your thought. He paints the non-believer as rude, and unintelligent on pages 70 and 71, where as the believer is portrayed as being calm, wise, and mannered. A lot of this book is written so that young Christians have a way to combat atheists, or those that might argue contrary beliefs. I am an atheist, I have heard Christian arguments some of them are well formed, this book tries to mimic them but fails horribly. His comparisons and descriptions are weak, and the author shows he has little understanding of alternate views, and his views on Christianity are also shaky depending on your denomination. I beg you for the sake of good argument, don't add this book to your arsenal. I would simply laugh, and end any conversation about religion with someone who would try to argue the way Budzisewski does.
I was raised and confirmed in the Lutheran church, my uncle who sent me the book is a Lutheran Pastor. If you want a way to defend your faith talk to your church leader, or research opposing views and think of them yourself. But don't use this book, you wont be taken seriously, and you'll seriously insult both yourself and the other person in the debate.