Beware of the logical fallacy in the first sentence, not to mention all the loaded language.
11 Vigilant Christians refrain from using the world to the full with regard to higher education.
Many people in this world consider higher education an indispensable stepping-stone to prestige and an affluent
But we Christians live as temporary residents and pursue different goals. We avoid “minding lofty things.” (Rom. 12:16; Jer.45:5)
Since we are Jesus’ followers, we heed his warning: “Keep your eyes open and guard against every sort of covetousness, because evenwhen a person has an abundance his life does not result from the things he possesses.” (Luke 12:15)
Consequently, young Christians are encouraged to pursue spiritual goals, getting only as much education as is required to meet their basic needs while focusing on preparing themselves to serve Jehovah ‘with their whole heart, soul, strength, and mind.’ (Luke 10:27)
By doing so, they can become “rich toward God.”