This talk is from the session, Secularism Part I, the third breakout session of the 2018 Experiencing Life with God Conference, an academic conference hosted by the Martin Institute of Westmont College and Renovaré.
Here is Alister Chapman’s description:
Most Christian students in the world do not attend Christian colleges. The danger for these students is a bifurcation between their life with God and their intellectual growth. Is there a way that we can help all Christian students to connect their discipleship more closely to their intellectual pursuits?