So I thought you would enjoy this series of articles, which tells us how evil and wicked teens are, and what exactly we can do to help them.
You might notice that the article mentions "Author Scott Walker" a number of times. Who, you ask, is Scott Walker that his views on teens should be so credible? He is a religious conservative. Scott Walter
Vice President for Research and Publications
Scott Walter joined the staff of The Roundtable in 2001 as vice president for publications and research. From 1995 to 2001, he worked at the American Enterprise Institute as senior editor of The American Enterprise, where he wrote on such topics as innovative high schools, military-civil relations, and middle-class juvenile delinquents.
A native of Knoxville, Tennessee, Walter came to Washington in 1981 to attend Georgetown University, where he majored in political philosophy. In addition to his studies he founded a new campus magazine and worked as a research assistant for Michael Novak at AEI. In 1985, he became a full-time researcher for Novak before becoming managing editor of Crisis magazine in 1988.
He serves as a lector at Washington's Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle and lives with his wife, Erica, and three children in Alexandria, Virginia.
What, you ask, are these "utes" doing that is so wrong? See the 'posed' WT pic below of two 'utes' about to get into trouble.
Unsupervised youths can easily get into trouble .....LOL don't they look salacious.....
Two questions arise from these articles. What is the best advice for utes today?
The Bible provides the best moral center possible, for it contains the thoughts of the Creator. Who could know more than Jehovah God about what we need in order to cope with the troubled times that we live in?
LOL you knew that was coming.....
Jehovah’s Witnesses have found the Bible-based book Questions Young People Ask—Answers That Work to be a great help. Each of its 39 chapters deals with a thought-provoking question. Some of the titles are: “How Can I Make Real Friends?” “How Can I Cope With Peer Pressure?” “How Can I Make My Loneliness Go Away?” “Am I Ready to Date?” “Why Say No to Drugs?” “What About Sex Before Marriage?”
But, most importantly, since the WBTS is so daggone uptight about Copyrights, did they get good old Scott Walkers permission to cite his articles to prove their own point?
Just checking Class