College Students

For those attending college who believe in a Biblical Creation, to share ideas and experiences, encourage each other, and (hopefully) be encouraged by those who have gone before us.

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Do you attend a Christian or Secular College? 17 Replies

I'm interested in seeing how many of the young earth creationists on this site go to Christian colleges and how many go to secular colleges. So, which do you go to? I go to a community college in the…Continue

Started by Kaitlin. Last reply by Ruby Faraday Mar 5, 2013.

Three questions 9 Replies

Hello everyone...I just finished reading the book of Genesis and now i'm reading the book of Exodus. I have these questions i can't get rid  from my mind.1. In almost every chapter in the old…Continue

Tags: the, angel, of, Jacob, Murder

Started by Norman Walanda. Last reply by David Thomas Posey Feb 12, 2013.

Hello 7 Replies

Hi everyone! I am new to this group and to this site. I was excited to see that there was a place for believers to talk about Creation and the many topics/questions that go along with it. Lucky for…Continue

Started by Rachel Bernier. Last reply by General Nate Feb 12, 2013.

Question About Cain 4 Replies

Hi everyone! I'm Bryar and I'm new to the website. I just wanted to ask a question that has been bugging me for a while. If Cain's wife was the only other person that he had with him, how was he able…Continue

Tags: Creation, Flood, Cain, Genesis

Started by Bryar Kader. Last reply by Bryar Kader Jun 24, 2012.

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Comment by Alexander Martin on March 20, 2014 at 4:00pm

Hey Bethany! I minored in philosophy. I also have furthered that by self study.

Comment by Bethany Flanders on March 20, 2014 at 2:33pm

Hello :), I am new to the group...I am a sophomore dual majoring in biology and philosophy, and I attend a Catholic university (however the curriculum is not Catholic or generally Christian in any way). I was wondering if there were any groups or threads that discussed philosophy on Creation Conversations, I was thinking if there were enough interested, it would be neat to hear others experiences/writings in philosophy who hold the same/similar worldview. Are there any other philosophy majors/minors in this group? 

Comment by General Nate on December 9, 2012 at 4:08pm
Hey all. I'm new to this group. I'm a high school senior who is joining college in the fall, just fyi
Comment by David Thomas Posey on February 21, 2012 at 10:46am

My brother took several psychology courses in his history/social sciences degree.

Comment by Norman Walanda on February 20, 2012 at 11:32pm

Wow you all have a very interesting experience with your major. Here in indonesia, only very few of us who know about creationist and evolutionist, or worse i major in psychology and we've always been taught about evolution and no one seems to have a problem with it, even though it's a catholic college...

Comment by David Thomas Posey on January 23, 2011 at 10:56am
I was just reading Charles Martin Jr.'s newest blog post, and it reminded me of something God has been showing me.  As college students, we are probably all familiar with failing tests (unfortunately).  The last time I failed a test, I was upset for days.  I couldn't stop thinking about it.  Then a thought struck me: why don't I get this tore up when I fail God's tests?  I have failed countless of these Spiritual tests, but I soon forget about them.  They don't cause the grief that this one worldly test caused.  That's plumb sad.  It's easy to get the wrong priorities, which is what I had done; the good news is that God always gives His children plenty of second chances.  I guess we're in His school, and graduation comes on the other shore.  Well, it's time I hit the book.
Comment by Marianne Pike on September 15, 2010 at 1:18am
Hi Luke,

I will try to get my brother to be a part of this discussion forum. He is busy, but I'm sure that he would love to share his experience.

I was an art major. Many of my liberal arts classes were tainted by liberalism. Relativism seemed to permeate many of the classes (i.e., ethics, postmodern culture, Old Testament studies, art classes - even my senior seminar class!). It is an uphill battle (...and double the homework). But, if we remain faithful to Christ and the truth without morally compromising, we can and will make it through as battle toughened warriors of truth.

The Lord gave my sister and I many opportunities to speak truth and stand up for Christ throughout our educational experience. For the final project in our postmodern culture class, we made a parody on the absurdities of postmodern relativism. If you type in a search for Becki Pike / Pike Pictures / or Creation Explorers on You Tube, you can watch it. It is called "Postmodern TV." I think you might enjoy it. Even though our instructor held contrary beliefs, he liked our film and greatly respected us for it. He requested a copy to show to future classes!

Like I said earlier, we must stand fast and be faithful to Christ and truth. The Holy Spirit will be faithful guide and instruct us how to fight the anti-Christ philosophies and ideologies that come before us.

"With Christ, we are a majority."
Comment by Luke March on September 14, 2010 at 6:39am
Hi Marianne,

Thanks for the encouragement! It's nice to know there are other people out there like your brother who stand up for the truth.

I'm actually a Phys. major, but the challenges to creation and Christianity so far have come not from the science classes, but from the Liberal Studies classes! (Hmmmm, there must be a connection - worldviews, ideology, presuppositions... ;) )
Comment by Marianne Pike on September 14, 2010 at 1:24am
I graduated 4 years ago, but would love to be a part of the discussion.

Although I am not a science major, my brother was. He was able to be a light for Christ as the Creator in his science classes in an old earth Christian college (Warner Pacific College in Portland, OR).

He was allowed to give 20 min. creation presentations when his professor discussed the theory of evolution. Last year, he taught a biology lab. He was up front to his students about his biblical creationist convictions and the flaws of evolutionary theory. For his honesty, the students expressed great respect. A student told him that he admired his respect for them by courageously telling them what he knows to be biblically and scientifically true.

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