Disorientation: How to Go to College Without Losing Your Mind

Disorientation: How to Go to College Without Losing Your Mind

By John Zmirak
Product Code: 9781934217948

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They're leaving home - will they leave the faith?

Thousands of young Catholics leave their families each year to pursue further education at one of our country's schools or universities. Few know, however, that kids will be indoctrinated with a vision of reality that is diametrically opposed to the values that their families hold dear from day one. Unfortunately, many of our young people will become victims of one or more of the prevalent beliefs ingrained in their college education, doctrines that can take them away from the Church and, ultimately, their faith in God. Students who have not been taught to think critically or who do not have the means to dig through the logic of these ideas are easily misled by the intellectual elite's polished sophistry.

As a result, a group of twelve of America's greatest Catholic writers, including professors, priests, journalists, philosophers, and theologians, has banded together to deconstruct the popular beliefs that can drive young Catholics away from the Church. Disorientation edited by John Zmirak provides intellectual artillery for every college student and parent, as it debunks the hollow promises of such hugely popular misconceptions as:

  • Hedonism
  • Relativism
  • Progressivism
  • Modernism
  • Scientism
  • Fundamentalism
  • Radical Feminism
  • Multiculturalism
  • ...and more.

This book, edited by John Zmirak (author of The Bad Catholic's Guide to Good Living and editor of Choosing the Right College), is sure to make college students think about what their instructors are saying and what they should really believe..

Fr. George Rutler (Cynicism)
Donna Steichen (Feminism)
Jimmy Akin (Fundamentalism)
Fr. John Zuhlsdorf (Modernism)
Peter Kreeft (Progressivism)
Robert Spencer (Multiculturalism)
Mark Shea (Americanism)
Eric Metaxas (Relativism)
John Keck (Scientism)
Elizabeth Scalia (Sentimentalism)
Eric Brende (Consumerism)
Fr. James Schall, S.J. (Introduction)
John Zmirak (Hedonism)
Fr. Dwight Longenecker (Utilitarianism)

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