Discusses how a Christian can relate to culture without compromising himself.
Responds to society's growing intolerance to the truth claims of Christianity.
Reconsiders the 1960s generation as an unlikely role-model.
Examines the problem of knowing the truth about our leaders in a media culture.
Explores the challenges and opportunities of living in a particular 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.