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By Peter S. Ruckman

This "handbook" provides a whole background and critique of 3 of the best clowns that ever wear a express for unregenerate mankind: philosophy (Col. 2:8), technological know-how (1 Tim. 6:20), and psychiatry (Rom. 1:28). those great clowns of man's depravity are the gods of the heathen that significant in materialism and humanism. They amplify guy and humanize God. They forget about Heaven and Hell and promise guy a "Utopia" except God and the Bible. None of them think or pontificate a brand new start; all of them lean to overseas socialism; and so they all submit "findings" which are thoroughly irrational and irresponsible. during this publication, Dr. Ruckman discusses the 4 major perspectives of philosophy and all of the significant philosophers, he offers the salient fabric on construction and evolution, and he provides an summary of psychiatry and its effectiveness. This paintings is superb training for an individual in highschool or collage who's attracted to God's view of the knowledge of this world.

Dr. Peter S. Ruckman got his Bachelor of Arts measure from the college of Alabama and comprehensive his formal schooling with six years of educating at Bob Jones collage (four complete years and sped up summer time sessions), finishing requisites for the grasp of Arts and health professional of Philosophy measure. interpreting at a fee of 7 hundred phrases consistent with minute, Dr. Ruckman had controlled to examine 6,500 books earlier than receiving his doctorate, and he nonetheless reads a standard of a ebook on a daily basis. Dr. Ruckman stands for absolutely the authority of the approved model and provides no apology to any well-known pupil at any place for his stand. as well as preaching the gospel and educating the Bible, Dr. Ruckman has produced a complete selection of apologetic and polemic literature and assets helping the authority of the licensed model of the Holy Scriptures.

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It leads to the development of the individual. 3. It is the positive way to live. 4. Families and societies move forward where moral laws are kept. 5. Living oth­ erwise is contrary to m an’s basic nature so it works degradation in families and societies. Observe that m an ’s “basic nature” in the Bible is EVIL (see Luke 11:13; Rom. ” (There is an excellent discus­ sion of these matters in Rom. 6 -7 and Gal. ) The five points above are also the pragmatist s reason for putting a check on animal instincts and passions.

Philosophy has its “field day” in the faculty lounges and “w orkshops” where the teachers are trained to alter your children from Bible-believing Americans to atheistic, humanitarian Socialists. ” We are not alarmists. We are genuine REALISTS: we know what is going on. The textbooks used in the public schools do our own preaching for us (see, for example, Ex­ ploring Living Things by Laidlaw, 1977, for the seventh grade; or Toward Sexual M aturity by Steck-Vaughn, 1980, for the ninth grade; or Ex­ ploring American Citizenship by Glove, 1983, for the eighth grade).

Their job is to teach children WHAT to think, not HOW to think. A naturalist would alter any curriculum to match the lowering moral and ethical standards o f the animals in the zoo. He would major in “group activity” with the animals (pupils) choosing the various projects in a democratic way. The end result would be sensuous animals who could not read or write but who would have animal instincts and reflexes which would enable them to enjoy (hedonism: “the highest good is pleasure”) a socialistic church state setup by a one-world dictator.

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