February 11, 2013

James Dobson's Hunger Games

Timothy Dalrymple, Patheos

Dr James Dobson has been one of the most recognized and influential evangelical Christian American leaders for over three decades. With a doctorate in child development from USC, he developed extremely popular parenting books and videos, and founded Focus on the Family in 1977. Through his organizational leadership, through his writings and radio broadcasts, and through his political influence and counsel to American Presidents, Dr. Dobson has served as a strong and consistent voice on behalf of the unborn, children, marriage, and the traditional family.

His new book, Fatherless, coauthored with Kurt Bruner, represents his first foray into fiction. Based on current projections and demographic trends, it tells the story of what happens to American society...

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TAGGED: Books, Fiction, Fatherhood, Family, James Dobson


October 25, 2013
Crises of Evangelical Intellectuals
Marvin Olasky, World Magazine
Two new books have as a crucial figure Carl Henry, the Christianity Today editor who wrote columns for WORLD in the early 1990s. Gregory Thornbury, in Recovering Classic Evangelicalism: Applying the Wisdom and Vision of Carl... more ››