Banned Books Week is this week in America, trying to draw attention to the dangers of limiting access to all types of information. But are books really being banned in America? Certainly not. The American Library Association’s problem actually falls on parents who are concerned about what their children are reading. On today’s program, Dr. Mohler notes the importance of parental involvement with what books are being feed to their children. Before God, parents are charged with knowing what their children read and guarding them from material that is not appropriate.
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