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Living in the Information Age


Have you logged onto the Internet today, listened to a news show, or read an article? Then you've been actively engaging with someone else's ideas. Join John Stonestreet as he explains why ideas are so important. This is the first of a four-part series, "Ideas Matter."
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Your mind is like a sponge, always taking in and processing information. T. M. Moore challenges you to test the ideas that are continually being proffered.

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Understanding a person's beliefs about the world is a critical first step to successfully sharing the Gospel with him or her. In his new book "Portals," historian Glenn Sunshine offers a brief survey of the major worldviews you might encounter when talking with people.  

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More than Our Feelings
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Book TV: The Benjamin Wiker "10 Books That Screwed Up the World"


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Previously:

Politics, a Two-Minute Warning a Mini-Series

1. Should Christians vote this November?" - Part 1
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How Should Christians Vote? - Part 2



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