Discusses how a Christian can relate to culture without compromising himself.
Provides answers to the study questions at the end of chapter two of The Language of God.
Provides answers to the study questions at the end of chapter three of The Language of God.
Provides answers to the study questions at the end of chapter six of The Language of God.
Provides answers to the study questions at the end of chapter seven of The Language of God.
Discusses how parents can protect their children against cultural seduction.
Examines the problem of knowing the truth about our leaders in a media culture.
Assessed the real dangers of the Y2K problem.
Discusses the nature of history and the proneness to revisionism in the writing of history.
Describes the shift of our government from protector to social engineer.
Explores how moral relativism has contributed to our inability to understand the world.
Shows the difficulties of growing up to learn responsibility in an age of affluence.
Argues for the priority of character development in preparing for college.
Uses the story of the fall to warn college-bound students about the nature of temptation.
Challenges the perception that a great books education is impractical in today's world.
Discusses the goal of education and its implications for teaching strategies.
(Exodus) Draws the analogy between how God dealt with Israel in the exodus and how He deals with us today.