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Who was Karl Marx, what did he believe, and why does it matter for Christians engaging with culture today?
Remarkable historical writings reveal how today’s attack on the family is part of a much older agenda with documented links to spiritual darkness.
Writings by eighteenth-century romantic poets anticipated today’s cultural attack on family, marriage, and religion in the name of freedom, justice, and authenticity.
The French Revolution offers four warnings that Christians today can’t afford to ignore.
What does a false worldview from the 1700s have to do with modern communism and with the critical theories gaining rapid traction today?
Let’s see how an eighteenth-century philosopher radically shaped today’s culture, and why that matters for Christians today.
When culture and Scripture disagree, who do we side with? Different answers to that question have played out across the centuries.
Christians must understand what (neo-)Marxism teaches, think biblically and critically about neo-Marxist claims, and know practical ways to respond.
Even here at Oxford, a few simple, practical foundation-building tools can help students keep a thriving biblical faith at university and beyond.
I spoke with Karina Altman, an animal presenter at Answers in Genesis. It was nice to interview an experienced zookeeper who can also speak to being a Christian student at a secular university.
How do the fascinating flowers at the Creation Museum’s Botanical Gardens remind us of the gospel? Let’s take a stroll with the gardens’ curator to find out.
I swept up a knife and leaned toward the cardboard box. I already knew what lay inside, but that didn’t stop the skitter of anticipation as I scored the tape.
Let’s look at a few ways Christian students can specifically pray for both Christian and non-Christian professors.
This poem, which I penned to procrastinate studying for exams during college, offers a genuine glimpse into student life—and into students’ need for prayer.
Joining an Explore Day at the Creation Museum brought me face to face with rock structures that are more than just fascinating formations.
Whether at secular or faith-based colleges, Christian students need the same basic foundations to navigate challenges they’ll experience.
From Canadian “culture shock” to answered prayers, here are some memorable moments from the first days of my journey to the Ark Encounter and Creation Museum.
When it comes to helping Christian students survive and thrive at university, a few simple gestures can go a long way. Here are 11 ideas for starters.
With few simple, practical gestures like taking a prayer walk or inviting students for lunch, ordinary Christians can make a major difference to young people.
Here are some highlights from my recent visit to the Ezra Institute—and what the young people there taught me.
Biblical critical thinking tools empower us to think through any faith-challenging message.
While students face diverse challenges around the world, a few universal solutions can make all the difference in helping youth overcome those challenges.
It’s true that higher education likely won’t be easy. But don’t be shaken. God has a purpose and plan for your life.
There’s no way to overstate the importance of filling up with God’s Word, both before college begins and every single day afterward.
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