Fixing Higher Education (February 19, 2014)
With the University of Tennessee playing host to a campus-wide series of programs espousing promiscuity at every turn, we need to recognize that public higher education is a major contributor to our current cultural decay.
Generally speaking it has little regard for the principles of Christianity that propelled western culture forward. In fact, higher education is so broken that fixing it almost means starting over.
Fixing it will take a change in leadership at the top and pressure from the bottom by ordinary citizens demanding change.
We need leaders that will ensure that free speech and religious freedom is respected and that the pursuit of truth is once again made the objective. But if we allow our public institutions of higher education to continue promoting sexual license and moral confusion, we can expect our society to fall to pieces.
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Read more about this issue in David Fowler’s recent commentary, Humpty Dumpty and Higher Education