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Practical Tools to Guide You in this Digital Age with Brett Kunkle

Brett Kunkle, founder and president of MAVEN, has more than 25 years of experience working with junior high, high school, and college students. He came on the show this week to share his knowledge when it comes to raising students... Continue Reading →

Do we have to study worldviews to become a Christian?

No, but I think that 2 Corinthians 5:20 points to the fact that Christians should study worldviews.

Does evil exist, or is it the absence of good?

I don't think this question is an either/or question. Check out my response.

If morality is objective, then why are some cultures so different?

Do cannibalistic cultures prove that morality is relative?

APU did what? Again? And, where do rights come from?

If you remember my previous post back in October (Azusa Pacific University and LGBTQ+ Relationships), APU had removed their ban on LGBTQ relationships only to reinstate the original wording after the board of trustees stepped in a week later. Well,... Continue Reading →

Will AI replace all manual labor?

What’s the worldview behind the question?

The way you see the world is going to shape how you view information. For this reason, it is critical to understand the worldview behind the question when you are engaged in a discussion. Listen this week to see how... Continue Reading →

Responding to Student Worldview Issues with Dr. Jeff Myers

Dr. Jeff Myers, president of Summit Ministries, joined me this week to discuss student worldview issues. If you have students and haven't heard of Summit, then it is definitely something you need to check out. One of Summit's main focuses... Continue Reading →

The March For Our Lives: Cultural Beliefs and Worldview Conversations

Today, the March For Our Lives drew hundreds of thousands around the United States. People were marching for human value and against gun violence. However, many don't realize the worldview assumptions behind this any many other cultural beliefs. We are... Continue Reading →

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