Christianity, Education, and Modern Society
William Jeynes, Enedina Martinez
IAP, 2007 - Education - 295 pages
The issues that these authors address in this book are some of the most salient in American society. It is imperative that Americans today address these issues and establish an appropriate world view. There is little question that how people resolve these issues will have a long-lasting impact on the future of civilization.
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