“So relativism, in the realm of higher, secular education, has come to the end of its tether. And like a stupid but persistent dog, still alive but discouraged, the relativists keep yanking, trying to get free of the constraints imposed on them through God’s created order. Our secularist college and university system has a death wish. This is not surprising; in Scripture we see the autonomous death wish. Wisdom states, ‘But he who sins against me wrongs his own soul; all those who hate me love death‘ (Prov. 8:36). Apart from God and His Christ, the world around us is an unconnected series of multiversities. This is why multicultural diversity is so popular on the campus these days. When one has no nails, one acts as though the pieces of wood are supposed to be apart like they are. Men and women without Christ must suppose that they live not in a universe but in a multiverse. In the truest sense of the term, it is a blank verse. A universe can only be spoken of coherently by Christians. The university is a Christian concept and grew out of a Christian worldview. In Christ everything coheres. Apart from him, nothing does” (The Paideia of God, p. 121).
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