This Washington Post writer’s in-depth study of Patrick Henry College is one of those books that I can’t stop talking about and recommend to all of my friends.
Published: 2007, 304 pp.
Obtained via: Library
Date started: 8.12.08
Date finished: 8.17.08
What I liked: Rosin spent a lot of time with the students of this Christian college, and she not only writes about their lives, but about the philosophies supporting the school (among them, to create the next generation of politicians for a Christian America) and the academic struggles behind the scenes.
What I didn’t like: No complaints!
What I learned: Quite a bit about baraminology.