We've been Graced with a lot of children, and our youngest daughter is just entering her second year as a resident at a well-known, EXCELLENT, Christian university in Canada. The bar is set high spiritually, academically, and morally. (She won't be 18 until the end of August, and she already has a degree in photography, is a many times published, award-winning writer, and is working on her first novel.)
We home educated our children to university level, and she's the only one who actually chose to attend one. The others are in the arts and/or the missionary field.
I don't believe this is a "should" or "shouldn't" question, since the answer will be different for everyone.
In our daughter's case, she felt that YHWH strongly led her in this direction, and is more convinced of this now than ever. So, for her this is the "right" decision. For someone else it might not be, since our Father knows what He is doing, and what plans He has for each of us personally.
If "should" needs to be in this equation, then I believe we "should" enquire (through prayer WITH our children) of our Father through Christ as to what *His* Will is for them - and then do it.
Yours, surrendering to, and trusting in Jesus - Jesse.
You really are insane as well as being a total moron to state that the Jesuits have infiltrated Christian universities. Prove that statement. Why are you so Anti-Catholic? My brother is a Born Again Non Denominational Christian and he is not Anti-Catholic. In fact nobody at that Non Denominational Church that my brother is a member of is Anti-Catholic because my brother and nobody else at that Non Denominational Church has hatred in their hearts for any church that acknowledges the Deity of Christ and the Holy Trinity and everybody at that Non Denominational Church is more Christlike then any of you crazy lunatic Fundamentalist and Evangelical Protestants on here.
If mainstream Christian universities are Christian then it makes no difference if Born Again Christians send their children to mainstream Christian universities.
The Global Pastors Network (GPN) is alleged to be â€śthe greatest concerted effort of evangelism in history.â€ť In January it sponsored the Billion Soul Pastors Conference in Orlando, Florida, with the goal of planting five million new churches and converting one billion souls to Christ over the next ten years. The GPN was founded in 2002 by the late Bill Bright and James O. Davis, and so far it has brought together 20,000 pastors from 70 countries.One of the speakers at Januaryâ€™s Billion Soul Pastors Conference was New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, a Roman Catholic who supports â€śabortion rights and gay rights.â€ť Giuliani is a good politician and he knows religion, but he does not know the gospel of the grace of Jesus Christ, and this illustrates the confusion that surrounds this type of ecumenical endeavor. The Bible demands true unity of doctrine and purpose. â€śNow I beseech you, brethren, by the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that ye all speak the same thing, and that there be no divisions among you; but that ye be perfectly joined together in the same mind and in the same judgmentâ€ť (1 Cor. 1:10).
Obviously, Baptists predominate, but there are Presbys & Bible Methodists too.
Yea, it has provoked them to send more missionaries to the world than any country in history.
Sorry American dispensationalists!