Five Lies of the Century
1. Faith And The Founding Fathers^2. What About The Separation Between Church And State?^3. A Crisis Of Character^4. When Justice Becomes Injustice^5. Children In Crisis^6. Mom: Nobody Does It Better^7. Dad: Nobody Is More Important^8. Evolution: A Religion?^9. A Bone...
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1. Faith And The Founding Fathers^2. What About The Separation Between Church And State?^3. A Crisis Of Character^4. When Justice Becomes Injustice^5. Children In Crisis^6. Mom: Nobody Does It Better^7. Dad: Nobody Is More Important^8. Evolution: A Religion?^9. A Bone Of Contention^10. What About The Missing Link?^11. What Was The Prehistoric World Really Like, And What Happened To It?^12. Sex From The Inventor's Point Of View^13. Sex From The Government's Point Of View^14. The Aborting Of America^15. What Can I Say To A Gay Friend?^16. Entertainment Ambush^17. Today's Entertainment: Does God Blush?^18. Entertainment's Violence^19. Media Myths^^305 Pages^
Every day, in numerous and subtle ways, crucial areas of our lives are being shaped by attitudes, beliefs, and values that run contrary to biblical truth.What "lies" threaten our nation's health and stability? Those that*de-emphasize the role of Christianity in the founding of our country*say the traditional family is no longer important or relevant*put more faith in tenuous scientific hypotheses than in the established truth of god*sell sex cheaply and destroy lives through promiscuity and perversion*allow entertainment to change the way we view sex, violence, family, and religion.David T. Moore discusses the ways in which society's approach to these issues has shifted over recent decades. With a passion for seeing people's lives whole and productive, he exhorts each of us to be discerning, to challenge the untruths we hear, and to move ourselves-and our needy society-back toward spiritual health.
David Moore is founder and president of Two Cities Ministries and holds degrees from Arizona State University, Dallas Theological Seminary, and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. His dynamic speaking schedule has taken him to Canada, Mexico, Poland, and Croatia, and he has led chapel services for several Major League Baseball and National Football League teams. Moore lives with his wife and two sons in Austin, Texas.