Kelly Monroe KullbergStudents come to the university wanting to find a story big enough for thoughtful human beings to live in—to flourish and thrive. A story that makes sense of our past, animates our present., and yields hope for the future. They want to change the world, even if it means conquering the forces of darkness, fear, and doubt to do so. Being made in the image of God, they want to build in the ruins of our world and to advance the kingdom of love, life, and beauty. But they are either subtly or openly indoctrinated to believe that no grand story, no metanarrative, is true.  – Kelly Monroe Kullberg (think Christianly by Jonathan Morrow; p52; Zondervan c.2011)