University of Destruction – Your Game Plan for Spiritual Victory on Campus
by David Wheaton
As Many As 50 Percent of Christian Students Say They Have Lost Their Faith After Four Years in College
For far too many students, the transition from home life to campus life is traumatic –what begins as a University of Instruction often ends up being a University of Destruction… with long-lasting negative effects and no guarantee of return.
Relating his own experiences at Stanford, David Wheaton describes the three Pillars of Peril you will face in college –sex, drugs/alcohol, and humanism –and presents a game plan for victory over these pitfalls based on raising your spiritual GPA. You will also receive practical advice on dating, friends, choosing the right college, and how to get back on course if you have gone astray.
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What Readers Are Saying…
This book is a good prelude for any applications to attend a university for Christian kids. It defines a “spiritual GPS” to use in evaluating the prospects of a specific student to do well spiritually in a any specific type of university.
This book tells of the infiltration of the liberal left into our colleges. If your child is not firmly established in their beliefs of truths, they may find many untruths and worship them.
As a youth pastor for over a decade, I have seen the powerful effects of “higher learning” on faith. This book helps decipher some of the key reasons and methods behind the systematic removal of most moral policies at colleges and university.
I would recommend that all Christian leaders, parents, teachers, administrators, and high school juniors and seniors read this book.
University of Destruction is the gift of a former college student, who became spiritually shipwrecked in college, to today’s college students. It is the fruit of one man’s willingness to follow the Lord’s leading in his own life. It is Biblically sound because it is based on Biblical principles. College students are sharing this book with other college students because they believe it is a must read to help them keep focused on their daily walk with the Lord. Share this gift!