The American Prospect ran this article about Regency University and other far right christian schools, and the World View they are teaching to their students.
At its best, worldview pushes students to rethink settled positions, to wrestle with what a Christian’s duty is to the poor or the inﬁrm or those on death row. It can create a sense of mission and moral obligation that produces students who sound strikingly like liberals — vowing never to “sell out,” determined to do more than simply make a lot of money. At its worst, though, worldview reduces to an uncritical acceptance of a handful of issue positions that have come to dominate the political energies of the religious right; it is the ideological bus that picks people up at church and drops them off at the voting booth. For this reason, understanding what a Christian worldview means and how it plays out in the professional and political sphere is crucial to understanding not only the explosive growth of evangelical higher education but the mechanism by which American evangelicals increasingly identify a speciﬁc political party and set of policies as the one true expression of the Christian faith.
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