Sending Daughters to College
We wade into the controversial question of daughters and college in this segment of Generations, asking the simple question, "Does the average college prepare daughters with a biblical world and life view, with biblical normative roles?" Being careful not to "decide" the issue for parents, he challenges families not to passively accept the Betty Freidan and Gloria Steinem philosophy on gender roles. He insists that Christian parents should re-assess God's vision for daughters and start getting a little more creative in the academic preparation of their daughters, rather than naively assuming that the college paideia will de facto support that vision.
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