What are the core beliefs of America's Christian colleges and seminaries? What sort of parents, pastors and youth leaders are today's most popular schools producing?
What are students really taught at Christian college? What end-product are parents spending tens of thousands of dollars each year for? Is your investment likely to yield stronger and more solid beliefs, or a cracked and crumbling foundation? AiG president Ken Ham and college president Dr. Greg Hall team up for this eye-opening assessment. The sequel to last year's paradigm-shattering Already Gone, this new book looks at what administrators and professors actually believe and teach regarding the Bible and science. The findings are shocking!
This book takes a look at the original intent of the schools - what core mission were they founded on, do they still follow those core beliefs. There has been a change of focus by many of America's most prestigious institutions. Over 200 Christian colleges and seminaries were surveyed.
You will find answers to questions about each school's purpose, and their stance on the inerrancy of Scripture, origins and age of the earth, and many more. A common theme is that those in Administration do not really know what is being taught, and little is being done to weed out unorthodox and errant teaching. The startling responses from presidents, vice-presidents and heads of key Bible and science chairs are discussed and reviewed in detail. The book serves as a vital resource, engaging parents who are searching for a college for their child.
More than an expose' on the spiritual health of Christian colleges and universities--and those charged with leading them--this book is filled with encouragement. Every reader--those college bound and not--will learn how to develop a Christian worldview. Ham lays out a solid framework for understanding why Christians can't compromise God's Word. You'll find helpful tips for laymen who desire to know what to ask in order to genuinely understand the doctrinal position of colleges and seminaries, and potential church staff members.
Paperback, 192 pages, Master Books