In this minute long audio clip, Randy talks about secular professors teaching moral relavitism to their students.
- Thu, Mar 25, 2010
- Sexual Purity
In 1988, George Michael won a Grammy award for his album Faith. This disc featured sexually graphic songs, the most controversial being ‘I Want Your Sex.’ Apparently teens were listening to Mr. Michael. That same year, the Centers for Disease Control surveyed teens and learned that 50% of males and 37% of females aged 15-17 had gotten sex sometime during their short lifetime. While a generation of teens was learning to just say no to drugs during the 80s, many of them were saying yes to sex.
- Tue, Mar 23, 2010
- Culture and Worldview
How should I respond to teachers who show movies in class with cursing or crude humor that I don’t want to watch?
I’d respectfully explain that watching such movies violates my beliefs, and ask for an alternative assignment to make up for the time I miss.
We should come to God’s Word with “great eagerness.” If we’re more eager to watch a sitcom or the evening news than to read God’s Word, inevitably our worldview will be more influenced by sitcoms and the evening news than by God.
Dr. Mark Draper is a former college professor who is now the director of Accuracy in Academia. Here are some thoughts he shared in a recent letter:
Angry criticism of our schools is reaching a crescendo. As a teacher and parent, I am deeply troubled by what has happened to our schools, but what worries me even more is what our schools will be like when today’s students become tomorrow’s teachers and professors.
I have three children under ten years old and another on the way. Where can I send them safely to college? Seeing your kids go ...
This letter from a reader demonstrates how God can use Money, Possessions and Eternity to teach college students about money and giving.
I came across your book, Money Possessions & Eternity about three years ago and have read it cover to cover twice, each time learning and applying it to my life. I have also read The Treasure Principle and have facilitated two small group studies on the book.
My stepdaughter recently graduated from a small private Christian college. She always thought I was nuts when I talked about how money is nothing more than a test here on earth and ...
- Sun, Feb 21, 2010
- Christian Life
Choose your friends wisely. Don’t just let friendships happen by circumstance. Make them happen by choice—careful, thoughtful choice.
- Mon, Feb 15, 2010
I would go to some of the Intelligent Design books.