Materialism: A Cramped Perspective

C. S. Lewis observed that the most dangerous ideas in a society are not the ones argued, but the ones assumed. And there's little doubt that in most universities across the United States, secularist materialism, in one form or another, is the assumed and unquestioned perspective from which most subjects are understood and taught.

So much so, that even professors theoretically committed to open-mindedness and inquiry are like the proverbial fish who don't know they're wet. And if they can't recognize their own materialist limitations, then neither do the students they indoctrinate.