Welcome to College

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ISBN: 0825499070
Release Date: 2008
Number of pages: 380
Author: Jonathan Morrow
Publisher: Kregel Publications

Download and read online Welcome to College in PDF and EPUB In this engaging guide, Jonathan Morrow encourages students to consider and engage the issues they will face in the dorm, on campus, and in the college classroom. A great gift idea for all high school graduates!


How to Stay Christian in College

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ISBN: 9781612917238
Release Date: 2014-05-09
Number of pages: 192
Author: J. Budziszewski
Publisher: Tyndale House

Download and read online How to Stay Christian in College in PDF and EPUB When students go to college, they’re leaving behind their network of support and heading to a world with different perspectives, responsibilities, and expectations. Even for those going to “Christian” colleges, there’s no guarantee they won’t face challenges to their faith. So how do students stay Christian in college? How do they stay open about their faith in the face of potential ridicule? A must-read for every college student, How to Stay Christian in College will guide readers through the maze of campus realities. J. Budziszewski discusses the foundations of the Christian faith and directly addresses different worldviews and myths that students may encounter at college. Filled with quotes, statistics, resources, stories, and encouragement, this book will equip students to conquer the dangers that lie ahead.


Think Christianly

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ISBN: 9780310586739
Release Date: 2011-11-01
Number of pages: 304
Author: Jonathan Morrow
Publisher: Zondervan

Download and read online Think Christianly in PDF and EPUB Think Christianly is about seizing the opportunities we have every day to speak the life Jesus offers into our culture. Tragically, many such opportunities pass us by unclaimed—either because we don’t notice them or we have not prepared ourselves to enter into them. And those around us seem to grow increasingly unwilling to hear anything the church has to say. Jonathan Morrow helps church leaders envision and implement ways for their congregations to “think Christianly” about contemporary questions and to speak in informed, engaging ways. Morrow explores many of the important issues that Christians often hear raised with regard to faith—questions about who Jesus was, the good and bad of religion, pain and evil in the world, the reliability of the Bible, sexuality and intimate relationships, and hope for change, among others. The life and faith issues that Think Christianly addresses lead to cultural moments where Christianity and contemporary culture intersect. This book will help churches take vital steps toward cultivating compassion and competence in speaking faithfully to a questioning world.


Can You Keep Your Faith in College

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ISBN: 9780307562746
Release Date: 2009-01-16
Number of pages: 208
Author: Abbie Smith
Publisher: Multnomah

Download and read online Can You Keep Your Faith in College in PDF and EPUB Is It Possible? Temptation abounds in this collegiate world immersed in the world. So, can you keep a God-centered, adventure-based, Christ-driven life throughout college? Abbie Smith found the answer to be a resounding YES! Packed with encouragement specifically for these trying years, Can You Keep Your Faith in College compiles experiences shared by students from more than thirty-five schools across the nation. You’re not alone in the struggle to maintain the faith you carried with you when you first set foot on campus. The book targets pertinent issues including, “The Transition,” academics, dorm life, peer pressure, extracurricular activities, sports, Greek life, dating, studying abroad, racial relations, and “God’s Surprise Encounters.” Don’t let your faith whittle away; build it up! It’s what defines you. College and Jesus. Can They Go Together? No one said it’d be easy. But here, voices from more than fifty campuses across America testify that it is possible. Can You Keep Your Faith in College? will help guide you through the best years of your life. From dorm and Greek life to dating and academia, every piece of the college equation becomes a loaded opportunity for you—and your faith—to thrive. “Abbie Smith has done a great service for high school students, parents, and guidance counselors by letting us hear directly from students who walk the campus world by faith.” Alec Hill President, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship “…a huge challenge for any believer in the university scene.” Louie Giglio Founder, Passion Conferences Bestselling author of The Air I Breathe “Abbie Smith has utilized her experience and been open in sharing the truths in a manner that will help students to better face the opportunities, trials and experiences of everyday college pressure and life.” Dal Shealy Retired President/CEO, Fellowship of Christian Athletes “This is an excellent book…down to earth, focused and real.” Jerry E. White, PhD President Emeritus and U.S. Board of Directors Chairman, The Navigators “Abbie Smith addresses a need that has been ignored for too long by the local church. Every high school senior and college freshman should read this book.” Andy Stanley Senior Pastor, campuses of North Point Ministries Story Behind the Book “Beginning my freshman year in college, God began drawing my heart to His. That spring, I trusted Christ as Lord and Savior and latched on to His journey. As an avid reader and eager Christian, I anxiously sought any material on faith-related topics. More specifically, I was craving material from people in my stage of life. It became quickly apparent, however, that collegiate voices had been overlooked, or at least left untold. This seemed a dangerous void. So with God’s provision, I setout to write a book that would tell the stories of common struggles Christians face in college everywhere. Thus began the vision of Can You Keep Your Faith in College. ” — Abbie Smith From the Trade Paperback edition.


Queens of Academe

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ISBN: 9780199842803
Release Date: 2012-04-17
Number of pages: 246
Author: Karen W. Tice
Publisher: OUP USA

Download and read online Queens of Academe in PDF and EPUB Higher education is an unlikely venue for showcasing ideals of femininity, yet campus beauty pageants have increased in popularity in a cultural marketplace conjoining personal empowerment with beauty and style. Karen Tice examines the desires and racial and political agendas that propel students onto collegiate catwalks.


The Ultimate Guide to Being a Christian in College

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ISBN: 9780310732242
Release Date: 2012-04-03
Number of pages: 176
Author: Jeff Baxter
Publisher: Zondervan

Download and read online The Ultimate Guide to Being a Christian in College in PDF and EPUB When students turn 18 the world expects that they will be fully-fledged adults, yet without a solid faith foundation in a constantly changing society, they risk being pulled in a direction they shouldn’t go. When everything from cars to coffee is made to order, the youth worker’s challenge is to enable students to also “customize” their faith life in a way that they can become spiritually mature adults. The Long Haul tackles the questions students need to answer to prepare for the rest of their lives.


University of Destruction

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ISBN: 9780764200533
Release Date: 2005-05-01
Number of pages: 176
Author: David Wheaton
Publisher: Bethany House

Download and read online University of Destruction in PDF and EPUB Teens are shown the three pillars of peril for teens entering college--sex, drugs, and rebellion--and then offered a plan for avoiding those pitfalls.


Philosophy of Religion

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ISBN: 0813531217
Release Date: 2002
Number of pages: 634
Author: William Lane Craig
Publisher: Rutgers University Press

Download and read online Philosophy of Religion in PDF and EPUB This important new book is a combined anthology and guide intended for use as a textbook in courses on philosophy of religion. It aims to bring to the student the very best of cutting-edge work on important topics in the field. The anthology is comprised of six sections, each of which opens with a substantive introductory essay followed by a selection of influential writings by philosophers of religion: Religious Epistemology deals with the rationality and warrant of theistic belief. Existence of God presents the cosmological, teleological, axiological, noological, and ontological arguments for the existence of God. Coherence of Theism covers the divine attributes of necessity, eternity, omnipotence, omniscience, and goodness. Problem of Evil treats both the internal and external challenges posed by evil to theistic belief. Soul and Immortality explores the substantiality and immateriality of the soul and the implications for life after death of the body. Christian Theology handles problems posed by the Trinity, incarnation, atonement, damnation, and prayer. Presenting a sympathetic view of the topics it treats, Philosophy of Religion provides an ideal resource for studying the central questions raised by religious belief.


A Practical Guide to Culture

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ISBN: 9781434711786
Release Date: 2017-06-01
Number of pages: 368
Author: John Stonestreet
Publisher: David C Cook

Download and read online A Practical Guide to Culture in PDF and EPUB We don’t have to lose the next generation to culture. In this practical guide, John Stonestreet and Brett Kunkle explore questions including: What unseen undercurrents are shaping twenty-first-century youth culture? Why do so many kids struggle with identity? How do we talk to kids about same-sex marriage and transgenderism? How can leaders steer kids away from substance abuse and other addictions? How can we ground students in the biblical story and empower them to change the world? With biblical clarity, this is the practical go-to manual to equip kids to rise above the culture.


Thriving at College

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ISBN: 1414352670
Release Date: 2011-04-01
Number of pages: 368
Author: Alex Chediak
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.

Download and read online Thriving at College in PDF and EPUB Going to college can be exciting, anxiety inducing, and expensive! You want your child to get the most out of their college experience—what advice do you give? Thriving at College by Alex Chediak is the perfect gift for a college student or a soon-to-be college student. Filled with wisdom and practical advice from a seasoned college professor and student mentor, Thriving at College covers the ten most common mistakes that college students make—and how to avoid them! Alex leaves no stone unturned—he discusses everything from choosing a major and discerning one’s vocation to balancing academics and fun, from cultivating relationships with peers and professors to helping students figure out what to do with their summers. Most importantly, this book will help students not only keep their faith but build a vibrant faith and become the person God created them to be.


Hard Questions Real Answers

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ISBN: 1581344872
Release Date: 2003
Number of pages: 172
Author: William Lane Craig
Publisher: Crossway

Download and read online Hard Questions Real Answers in PDF and EPUB William Lane Craig offers answers to questions commonly asked by Christians struggling with doubt or fear, showing that the only sure foundation for hope is God Himself.


Biotechnology and the Human Good

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ISBN: 1589012763
Release Date: 2007-04-23
Number of pages: 224
Author: C. Ben Mitchell
Publisher: Georgetown University Press

Download and read online Biotechnology and the Human Good in PDF and EPUB Some of humankind's greatest tools have been forged in the research laboratory. Who could argue that medical advances like antibiotics, blood transfusions, and pacemakers have not improved the quality of people's lives? But with each new technological breakthrough there comes an array of consequences, at once predicted and unpredictable, beneficial and hazardous. Outcry over recent developments in the reproductive and genetic sciences has revealed deep fissures in society's perception of biotechnical progress. Many are concerned that reckless technological development, driven by consumerist impulses and greedy entrepreneurialism, has the potential to radically shift the human condition—and not for the greater good. Biotechnology and the Human Good builds a case for a stewardship deeply rooted in Judeo-Christian theism to responsibly interpret and assess new technologies in a way that answers this concern. The authors jointly recognize humans not as autonomous beings but as ones accountable to each other, to the world they live in, and to God. They argue that to question and critique how fields like cybernetics, nanotechnology, and genetics might affect our future is not anti-science, anti-industry, or anti-progress, but rather a way to promote human flourishing, common sense, and good stewardship. A synthetic work drawing on the thought of a physician, ethicists, and a theologian, Biotechnology and the Human Good reminds us that although technology is a powerful and often awe-inspiring tool, it is what lies in the heart and soul of who wields this tool that truly makes the difference in our world.


Fish Out of Water

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ISBN: 9781614580478
Release Date: 2005-06-01
Number of pages: 235
Author: Abby Nye Suddarth
Publisher: New Leaf Publishing Group

Download and read online Fish Out of Water in PDF and EPUB From the perspective of a parent with college-age children, I thank Abby Nye for confronting us so boldly with the reality of what Christian students face in the secular world of academia. "Children need to be prepared for this experience - or they need to avoid it" -Joseph Farah, editor and C.E.O., WorldNewDaily.com So you're ready for the next chapter in your life?. Well, if you are a Christian heading to campus for the first time, there are several things you need to know about living your faith while surrounded by atheistic professors. Abby Nye has written a fantastic guide for college students who find their faith and values under assault from day one. Learn just what to expect, and how to navigate through classes while maintaining a good GPA and a positive college experience. Abby prepares new freshman (and even seasoned students!) to be able to survive and thrive in this often hostile setting. Among the topics she covers: Freshman orientation week The treatment of science and faith in the classroom Difficult professors and real life solutions The many forms of liberal ?indoctrination? Helpful campus groups and managing peer pressure This book is truly a must reading for students embarking for any college?a valuable handbook for parents, teachers, and students alike.


Spiritual Mentoring

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ISBN: 0830822100
Release Date: 1999-05-20
Number of pages: 191
Author: Keith R. Anderson
Publisher: InterVarsity Press

Download and read online Spiritual Mentoring in PDF and EPUB In this book Anderson and Reese show you how to mentor and be mentored as they introduce, chapter by chapter, the work of a different classical spiritual writer, including: *Augustine * Aelred of Rievaulx *John of the Cross *Julian of Norwich * Ignatius of Loyola *Teresa of Avila *Madame Jeanne Guyon.


Surrender to Love

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ISBN: 9780830846115
Release Date: 2015-10-24
Number of pages: 128
Author: David G. Benner
Publisher: InterVarsity Press

Download and read online Surrender to Love in PDF and EPUB In this expanded edition of a spiritual formation classic, David G. Benner explores the twin themes of love and surrender as the heart of Christian spirituality. God doesn't want his people to respond to him out of fear or obligation, but invites us to enter into an authentic relationship of intimacy and devotion—by surrendering to love.