Preparing The Next Generation For The Culture Battle

Why am I here? What is the meaning of life? Can we prove the existence of God, or are we left to grapple in the dark and take blind leaps of faith about what we believe? Focus on the Family has produced a new DVD series called TrueU that presents scientific facts supporting a Christian worldview in order to equip Christian youth to defend their faith, especially when heading to college or into the workplace. In the first of the series, TrueU: Does God Exist?, Dr. Stephen Meyer plays a "philosophical survival" game pitting four worldviews against one another in the quest to decide which one gives the best answer.

Broken down into 10 30-minute lessons, TrueU is ideal for an older teenage Sunday School group, a home study group, or even as a curriculum for seniors in a Christian high school. From the creators of The Truth Project, TrueU builds a life-long foundation to prepare students to enter the world with a Biblical worldview and Christian values.

The Family Foundation is excited to be able to offer this series prior to release on or in bookstores at the special price of only $35.00. Don't miss this opportunity to equip the young people in your life with the knowledge and values they need to defend their faith from the onslaught they are sure to face as they enter college or the workplace.

Click here to see a TrueU preview video featuring Dr. Meyer.

To order your set, click here to log onto The Family Foundation’s donation page. When filling out the form, type "TrueU" at the bottom in the block that asks, "How did you find out about The Family Foundation." This will ensure your order in processed quickly and your DVDs will be sent in an expedited manner. Alternatively, you can send a check with True U in the memo line, made payable to The Family Foundation, to 830 East Main Street, Suite 1201, Richmond, VA 23219.

Video: You Won't Believe You're In America

When Mo Rocca thinks liberalism is over the top, then even our skeptics have to give us some credence when we point it out. Of late, we've pounded the insidious politically correct indoctrination that passes for education these days, and not just on college campuses, either, but also in elementary schools — which leads to intolerance and the stamping out of opposing opinion, much less any semblance of critical thinking, and cultivates judgement based on emotion, not thought. We pointed out one especially heinous act of it yesterday, when a Brandeis University professor of 48 years, with a spotless record, may be fired simply for stating a widely known historical fact. Now there is a widely distributed Internet video of a teacher who has indoctrinated her very young students into a chorus singing a song, not of praise, but of worship to our next great leader. View it here, and read Rocca's commentary ("Let Us Pray . . . To Obama?")on how extreme the left has become when it goes this far. There's also an onslaught of video commentary to show how outraged people are by this. (Click here to see a list of versions of this video and on this topic.)

Your first thought is that you are not in America. It's a common thought, as this YouTube commentator shares (view here). This "messiah" worship is no joke any more, if it ever was. It's incredibly ironic that those on the left who excoriate Christians for our beliefs have found a hero they place in the Biblical pantheon. Unless we change the culture, we may be in for a long, dark period of mind-numbed idol worship.