in Everyday Life
Dr. Andrews is a Connecticut-based writer, who believes that much of the world’s unhappiness comes from a failure to understand the interface of religion, psychology, and public policy. His work has been featured in many publications including The Wall Street Journal, The Federalist, and American Conservative, as well as many academic journals.
Imagine a world in which everyday living is tinged with the confidence of serving a high purpose. In which moral dilemmas are experienced as opportunities to grow-in which risk taking is not bogged down by fear of failure-in which chance encounters are perceived as divinely arranged appointments, and in which even serious setbacks can be beneficial.
The means to make that world your own is the forgotten legacy of the Christian ministers who, for almost three centuries, founded and presided over America’s colleges and universities. The biblical wisdom upon which most higher education was once based meets modern science in this book to show the way to a truly successful and fulfilling life.