Faithful Christianity in College

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I’m grateful to Douglas Groothuis and Sarah Geis for this guest series on the practices of a flourishing faith in college. * Faithful Christianity in College (Part 1 of 3) By Douglas Groothuis and Sarah Geis The greatest challenge which lies ahead in college for a Christian is not getting good grades or being taught [Read More...]

The Triumph of Alvin Plantinga

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One of the more memorable evenings of my Harvard years came when I received a rather panicked call from an administrator for the Committee on the Study of Religion. “Would you be able to pick up a speaker from the airport?” she asked. Of course, I said. Who’s the speaker? “A guy named Alvin Plantinga.” [Read More...]

Is the Academic World Anti-Christian?

My recent Open Letter to a College Freshman generated many positive responses.  One less-positive response came at Mark D. Roberts’ excellent blog, where a commenter explained that he had not found, some decades ago at UCLA, the kind of antagonism toward his faith that I described.  We should not, he said, “send freshmen off to [Read More...]


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