T.V. the Great Escape
Combining humour, biblical insights, time-tested advice from 18 years spent studying media and culture, and feedback from over 50 families who went without TV for a month, Bob DeMoss holds out hope for regaining control of the television in your...
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Combining humour, biblical insights, time-tested advice from 18 years spent studying media and culture, and feedback from over 50 families who went without TV for a month, Bob DeMoss holds out hope for regaining control of the television in your home. 208 pages, from Crossway.
Perhaps Father knew best, but in 1954 he never envisioned TV's future omnipresence. Discover what happens when 50 families forgo TV for a month; learn how to regain control without a permanent boycott; and explore life beyond television! Thought-provoking devotional insights examine our relationship to TV from a biblical perspective. Time-tested advice humorously offered.
Ever since television first illuminated living rooms across America, it has made us laugh and cry, shout with anger and with joy, and challenged and changed us with the entertainment and information it brought us. Slowly, as its technologies have developed over the years, so has our dependence on it. Today many of us would reluctantly admit that we don't know what we'd do without our TVs. ^Bob DeMoss, a culture and media expert, describes the possibilities. Combining humor, time-tested advice from 18 years of studying the medium, and feedback from more than 50 families who agreed to turn off their TVs for a month, he holds out hope for regaining control of the television in your home. Thought-provoking daily readings that address our relationship with TV from a biblical perspective will motivate, instruct, and sustain your family if you take the " great escape" challenge. DeMoss doesn't call for a permanent boycott; instead, he invites you and your family to find a balance in your v
Bob DeMoss served as a youth culture specialist for Focus on the Family for seven years and is one of America's leading authorities on pop culture. He is an internationally acclaimed speaker and has authored ten books, including four novels co-authored with New York Times best-selling author Tim LaHaye. Bob and his family live in Franklin, Tennessee.