He interacts with the thoughts of a campus minister. Here is a section:
Dreher goes on to comment on this list. Here are his thoughts on some of the items:
In the comments section, there is an insightful perspective offered by "David":
I'm just a professor at a public community college, but (from the Christian students I meet) I say this again and again - churches, you have to teach people a serious Christian anthropology before they get to college. The world is going to come at them from a thousand directions with a different anthropology, and they need to have immediately ready in their minds what they believe about men, women, marriage, and sexuality, and why what the world believes is wrong. (And I really do mean "ready in their minds" - considered and rehearsed answers they can say at least to themselves when a professor or peer launches an attack on their beliefs.) Or they will fold (or just keep very, very quiet) - in my experience the desire to "not be seen as mean" is a pretty big factor. Well Christianity isn't mean, in fact it is best for everyone - but could the people you're sending to college actually articulate why?A good place to start this education in "a serious Christian anthropology" is to read Nancy Pearcey's book Love Thy Body!