Thinking and doing aren’t two separate activities. Thinking, in fact, may very well be the most important part of doing. After all, if you don’t know how to think, how could you know what to do? At Bryan College, we view college as a time to take a step back from a breakneck world that seems to demand heedless action, and say, “Wait a minute—slow down—let’s think about this.” Bryan’s top-flight professors don’t tell their students what to think. They teach their students how to think. The result? Graduates who are equipped to go out and make a difference in a world that needs Christ.