I was driving down the road one day and saw a billboard. It said:
Want a better Country? Change your family.
Want a better family? Change yourself.
Today on Home Front we hear from someone who can tell us how to do just that. Rick Johnson just released a new book called, “Romancing Your Better Half“. Whether you care about marriage or not, if you are a taxpayer, you should care! The lack of marriage is something we are all paying for and the taxpayer is getting the shaft from all those elected officials who keep creating programs that only benefit those who reject marriage. You can find more about Rick Johnson here: www.betterdads.net
People in America seem more confused today about marriage than ever before in history.
What is a family? On today’s episode of Home Front we discuss some of the most basic human needs, feminism, shacking up, even how prisoners of war are treated. It all comes out in our conversation with one of America’s formost experts on the family.
Today’s guest, Glenn Stanton, author of the book, The Family Project, shares with us how government policies influence personal choices. The Family Project just released last month. Glenn is the director of the Family Formation Studies at Focus on the Family and a research fellow at the Institute of Marriage and Family Canada.
Valentine’s Day is a great opportunity to show others how much we love them. As Mr. Rogers used to sing, “There are many ways to say ‘I love you’.” Sometimes those on the Left accuse those on the Right of not being loving because we don’t believe in wealth redistribution. To the contrary, we believe the greatest way to love others is to release them from the snares that hold them in political, spiritual or financial poverty. These snares can only be opened up by friends, families, churches and communities, not governmental programs. Government does not exist to give love or to make up for others who should be showing love to their networks. Government exists to punish evildoers when they step outside the bounds of civil society.
Another way to love people is to share truth with them. In a recent debate, Ken Ham and Bill Nye discussed scientific theories of our origins. We don’t have to hold identical opinions, but we should agree that nobody was there to tell us what actually happened. Science is based upon observation. It is impossible to re-observe an event that only happened once. If we can’t agree on whether God exists, we will continue to run into unresolvable disagreements on our origins. If a person wants to disqualify all evidence pointing to a created order, his personal philosophy will distort the results.