Mario Murillo addresses the subject of “world-changing faith,” how it was lost, and how we can get it back again. He also shares how ungodly ideologies are permeating Christian Colleges where leaders are being trained not to offend, and thus graduate with self-doubt instead of world-changing faith.
The curse of so many of today’s educators is that they have trained this generation to believe that they are to do just enough to get by. Instead of going for brilliance and creativity, many are conditioned to harp, whine, and have a temper tantrum against the unfairness of the world.
“Besides,” their teachers say, “you can’t change the world.” Teachers themselves believe this ideology makes the world safer. Seneca had it right when he said, “It is not because the times are dangerous that men do not dare, it is because men do not dare that the times are dangerous.”