Ask Me Anything: Provocative Answers for College Students
Question/Answer format excellant! Relates well to current society situations by utilizing college classroom discussions with professor
June 25, 2010
I know beyond a shadow of a doubt that our far from neutral Politically Correct, Morally Relativistic, Darwinian Humanist Education Establishments are Institutionalizing Atheism to our entire society. We all go to school and university where we are socially engineered to become hard wired liberal-minded atheists. Study the educators who are the signatories,John Dewey,Julian Huxley and the others to the Humanist Manifesto 1,2 and the rest, and the spread of Secular Humanism the religion of Darwinian Humanism through our education establisments.J.Budziszewski answers our college students questions clearly and with respect. " ASK ME ANYTHING",and "ASK ME ANYTHING 2" are a must for my library. Awesome!
July 8, 2008
What issues are college students dealing with today the same sex, drugs and rock n roll from the 60s, or have they added some new ones, too? Well, to find out, you need to ask Professor Theophilus on the popular Focus on the Family college website called Boundless. The good professor is none other than UT philosophy and government professor J. Budziszewski, author of the incredible book How to Stay Christian in College. And Budziszewski ought to know what hes talking about, he lost his faith while in college only to return like the prodigal son to his Father and now he devotes himself to answering the longing questions of the truly seeking. The book is simply a written version of these Internet blogging conversations and they make for very, very interesting reading.One student wants to know if Catholics can be Christians since he is interested in dating a Catholic girl, but understands that the Bible teaches not to be unequally yoked. Another student wants to know why she doesnt feel comfortable at church. Another student writes to ask how to apologize to his girlfriend who he has wronged. Another one needs wisdom in dealing with her roommate.The questions are poignant and telling, Budziszewskis answers are humorous at times, but always Biblically-based, brutally honest and covered with compassion for the individual and their situation. The book would be a great read for any college student, but it might be best to have parents read this to get a feel for the issues facing their children as they head off to college. And its nice to know that if parents dont have all the answers to all the questions their students are asking, they can turn to Professor Theophilus for wisdom and direction to pass along!
August 28, 2006