by Mark McMinn & James Foster
Are public schools corrupting our children? Are certain children's toys tainted with mysticism and magic? Is positive thinking a gift of God or a trap of Satan? Is self-esteem good mental health or personal idolatry? Is the use of psychology spiritually dangerous? Are rainbows symbols of evil? Are humanists conspiring to take over the world? Will the New Age Movement pave the way for the Antichrist? In looking at these questions and others, Mark McMinn and James Foster demonstrate that it is never safe or spiritually superior to merely accept what we are told to believe. Rather than telling us what to think, however, the authors guide us in how to think critically and clearly. In the Bible the apostle Paul admonishes people to compare the teaching they received with the Scriptures. McMinn and Foster challenge us to do the same as we confront the issues of the day.