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May 24, 2007
What do boys need to know? That question led brothers Conn and Hal Iggulden to write The Dangerous Book for Boys, and boys of every age will love it. The book took Britain by storm last year, and arrives this year just in time for summer reading. A boy armed with this book will have a very fun summer indeed.
May 22, 2007
Christopher Hitchens is one of the most prolific public intellectuals and essayists of the day. And his new book, God is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything, is yet another in a series of recent attempts of what has been called the “new atheism” to debunk the credibility of religious belief. On today’s program, Dr….
May 1, 2007
It was twenty years ago that the late Allan Bloom published his best-seller The Closing of the American Mind, a stinging indictment of the intellectual climate in the American university. Dr. Mohler is joined today by Peter Lawler and Mark Coppenger for a helpful discussion of what Bloom’s analysis means for today.
April 25, 2007
“It’s a wonderful privileged life, you know, being a book writer.” David Halberstam said that to Brian Lamb of C-SPAN in 1993. Halberstam was a reporter and author of incredible ability and considerable insight. Even when I disagreed with his assessments, I loved his style and insight.
April 23, 2007
Dawn Eden’s The Thrill of the Chaste has caught the attention of both Christians and non-Christians alike. Her book is unapologetically counter-cultural, arguing that even more important than abstinence, Christians need to recover a biblical theology of chastity. Ms. Eden joins us in the studio on today’s program for a fantastic conversation you won’t want…
April 20, 2007
We read biographies because worthy portraits of our fellow human beings help us to make sense of the world. We are especially fascinated by the lives of those who have made a difference in the world — whose mark remains visible even now. The lives of the famous and the infamous make for compelling reading….
April 16, 2007
We read biographies because worthy portraits of our fellow human beings help us to make sense of the world. We are especially fascinated by the lives of those who have made a difference in the world — whose mark remains visible even now. The lives of the famous and the infamous make for compelling reading.
April 2, 2007
David McCullough is probably America’s most recognized historian. He was won the National Book Award and two Pulitzer prizes. His biographies of presidents Harry Truman and John Adams were best-sellers, along with his newest book, 1776, a history of the American Revolution through the lens of that pivotal year.
March 30, 2007
False teachings emerge anew in every generation it seems, but inventing a new heresy is quite a challenge. After all, once every doctrine vital to Christianity has been denied, all that remains is a change in packaging.