To Young People Who Date

“You don’t trust me, do you?” Have you said this to your parents when they talked to you about dating? Why do you think they want to know where you are going and what you will be doing?  Why do you think they set curfews? Your parents have been there. They know what...

A Crisis in Education

A survey discussed in the Education Reporter showed a disappointing trend in American education. Seventeen-year-olds across the country were asked basic questions about history and literature. In view of the billions we pour into public education each year and in...

Men and Dirty Pictures

I was born in 1930 in a small Texas town. The first time I saw pornography was when I was about seven or eight. It was a booklet with pencil sketches. These booklets were sold at local drug stores under the counter. At that early age I didn’t even know what sex was....

Freedom Fighters

They fight to be free, but they want the wrong kind of freedom. They already have political freedom. But they want more. They want to be free to do as they please. They don’t want anybody to tell them what to do. They despise rules. They resent authority. When someone...

The Game Churches Play

The title of a new book caught my attention: Giving Up Gimmicks: Reclaiming Youth Ministry from an Entertainment Culture. The young man who wrote it is a youth minister in a Presbyterian church. Since he is Presbyterian, we would take strong issue with what he teaches...

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