Are you a Christian

And going to college? Then here is help for you. A good Christian has written a book on how to stay Christian in Campus that will help you drive those secularists away.

I didn’t realise staying Christian in college was that hard. I know my friends who left campus as Christian as they joined it the first day. But it could be this advice ain’t meant for them.

Do you know any science teacher that would come to class and with a straight face claim science has shown life is meaningless? Well, there is advise on how to deal with such a science teacher.

Postmodernism is also addressed. So we can say all bases are covered.

If you are a parent sending your very Christian child to campus, this is the book to buy for them. That way you will protect their faith, adopted second hand from you who didn’t know any better having adopted the faith from your parents.

Christians try so hard.

About makagutu

As Onyango Makagutu I am Kenyan, as far as I am a man, I am a citizen of the world

38 thoughts on “Are you a Christian

  1. john zande says:

    Bit of a sad indictment on the strength of their beliefs if they fear (and know) a little education is going to ruin it.

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  2. judyt54 says:

    There is a saying around here that has more truth in it than any prayer, any stern rebuke, any slap on the wrist. It applies to digging rocks out of the dirt, moving heavy objects, and using machinery. It also, apparently applies to religion as well:
    “If it’s too difficult, you’re doin’ it wrong.”

    And maybe, just maybe, working that hard at prayer and belief and staying ‘pure’ means you’re approaching the entire process from the wrong perspective.


    • makagutu says:

      It reads like those people I hear who live in cloisters away from others and are shocked when they get out to find the world is really not like they have been made to believe


  3. judyt54 says:

    I can understand the ‘fear’. That, more than belief, has been drilled into folks from the beginning. Fear the lord, fear evil, fear strangers bearing gifts and goofy smiles, fear ‘outsiders’.
    Underlying all that they really feel vulnerable and naked in the world. Their god doesn’t protect them one scrappy bit, and I think they know that, at some level.
    They’ve been taught that they will die as sinners and only the most perfect of them will go to heaven. So all their lives they try to protect themselves and their kids from outside influences. In a way they’ve wrapped their religion around them like a protective blanket, but to such a degree that the minute it slips, they’re vulnerable.

    Cloistered is it, exactly. I had a great aunt Jenny who joined a cloistered order of nuns (the Benedictines), and they were permitted to go out only as far as the grounds of the convent. Most of the time they were inside, and viewed by the public from the waist up, from behind a sliding door.
    She was the gentlest soul, and truly believed that her prayers would some day end commuinism. She wouldn’t even approve my new red winter coat, because well, red is the color of Communism, you know…

    I always hoped she lived long enough to actually see Communism die, it would have been the final gift of her life.


  4. jim- says:

    Hedging doubt. That doubt is a valuable asset. Trust it.


  5. Ya know, Christians like whoever wrote this are mentally ill. Seriously. They’re ill. College science teachers teaching Christians life is meaningless. Yeah. Right. How about being more worried about their “God” who tells fathers to knife their kids to death in sacrifice to him, eh? Ill. yep. They’re sick.

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  6. jilldennison says:

    Well, seems to me those Christians need to have their beliefs reinforced every week, sometimes more than once a week, so it might be that they cannot remember what it is they are supposed to believe for longer than a few days. The same would surely be true for college kids, out there learning about things in the world that their parents and church have been trying to hide from them for 18 years or so.


    • makagutu says:

      Since they’re told to ask who is the “we” and “know” it would be much better to just homeschool them. They should have special colleges like Liberty or whatever it is called so they don’t have to interact with reality anywhere.

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