Endorsements

“We have so enjoyed working with John Murray to bring research about and for the next generation into a biblical worldview context. In his new e-textbook, In Whose Image?, he has woven together wisdom about the urgently important topics of identity and image, media influence and discernment, history and justice and so much more in a format that is engaging for teens and adults alike. Thank you, John, for sharing your deep academic and practical teaching experience through this great resource for Christian education.”

Brooke Hempell, Senior VP of Research at The Barna Group

“I commend and recommend John Murray for his wisdom, compassion and zeal in protecting our children and grandchildren. Throughout the many years that I have known John, he has been an extraordinary witness and teacher, who cares. So, please pay close attention to his work, especially his new e-textbook In Whose Image?

Dr. Ted Baehr, Publisher of Movieguide and author of How to Succeed in Hollywood (Without Losing Your Soul)

“The ‘new normal’ decouples existence from Providence.  This major contest of ideas is as big as it gets in our culture, and no one has analyzed its ramifications, purpose, and meaning with the cogency and passion of author John Murray.  This is a singular work, and its captivating, compelling, and persuasive narrative makes it a genuine must-read.”

Tim Goeglein, VP of External Affairs at Focus on the Family and author of American Restoration: How Faith, Family, and Personal Sacrifice Can Heal Our Nation

“John Murray’s e-book In Whose Image? Image-bearers of God vs. The Image-Makers of Our Time is an invaluable resource for teachers, parents, youth leaders, and anyone involved in educating and discipling young people. The challenges of a secular, social media driven, and divisive culture have resulted in the escalation of teen depression and anxiety, and deep questions about personal identity. In Whose Image? provides clear and compelling teaching that will help young people build their lives on their true identity as a child of God and not the world. The e-book is presented in a creative, compelling format featuring a variety of print, media, and hands on learning experiences.”

Jim Marsh, Director Emeritus of the Van Lunen Center for Executive Management in Christian Schools (Calvin College) and Head of School Emeritus at Westminster Christian Academy in St. Louis, Missouri

“There are only two answers to the question: ‘Who Are You?’ We are either evolutionary accidents, or we are created by an objectively existing God. How the question is answered determines the path we take in this life and where it leads in the next life. John Murray answers the question correctly and urges us to teach our children the truth so they might successfully rebuff  the spirit of this age.”

Cal Thomas, Nationally Syndicated Columnist and author of What Works: Common Sense Solutions for a Stronger America