I’d argue this…
The easy response to this post is to watch the TED talk at the bottom of this post and *maybe* glance over the following link that has a free archive of a book I’ve been reading lately that has REVOLUTIONIZED the way I approach family life and values.
For example, what is the difference between an objective and a priority?
How does divorce affect each partner and their children (the part we may be blind to in our culture)?
Who are the biggest promoters of pornography for kids, and when did it become okay for adults to decide if they would like to participate in a culture of death and/or violence?
This book speaks of a LOT of important topics that any professional that will ever encounter a Christian in their practice should be able to read through to know a perspective that their viewpoint may hold a semblance to:
Here’s the TED talk that is digested much better after reading all (yes, all…even when it takes you a few months) of the book listed above: