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A must read for parents and teens going off to college .
I do agree that at least two chapters are difficult reads (Kreeft's is one, but my favorite chapter, and the chapter on 'Cynicism', I frankly did not understand).
One hundred years after G.K. Chesterton penned his famous Heretics, editor John Zmirak has produced a modern version of Chesterton's classic work.
I made each of my four children read this book before college so they would understand the liberal bias in academia today. Read morePublished 8 months ago by STEVEN CHAMBERS
This book is excellent. It clearly shows how America's colleges are distorting and manipulating the truth. Every Catholic child heading off to college should read this.Published 12 months ago by MRADCM
I felt the book was extremely slanted and not geared to the high school senior. I would not recommend this book.Published 17 months ago by B. J. Miller
I had to read this for my summer reading book my senior year at a Catholic high school. It is just a book of 14 "isms" that Catholics are supposed to avoid but honestly I hated... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Dominic Lombardi
Good reading for a college bound young adult. Informative reading that provides some insight on what to expect in an environment where everything will be thrown at young.Published 20 months ago by AMK
Read the other, well-written (and long-ish) reviews for details. I type the following for those who like the next 2 books, you will LOVE "DisOrientation": My favorite book is... Read morePublished 20 months ago by GregoryMKE
Very helpful, interesting essays. Would recommend to anybody, student or not, who is curious about different predominant philosophies and world views. Read morePublished on February 18, 2013 by BisonMark
You owe yourself to know the Truth! This book is an amazing, easy to use tool to teach yourself and your high school and college students about the 13 main philosophical errors of... Read morePublished on April 24, 2012 by itswithaph
I was displeased with the cartoons in this book. I found the chapter on feminism and marxism especially disturbing, inaccurate, and in poor taste. Read morePublished on March 14, 2012 by Kaledoscope eyes