Education without values makes us into “more clever devils.” (C. S. Lewis, British university professor and author)
A current author observes, “The sciences can tell us what is, but not what should be” (Eric Metaxas). He also writes, “Science and technology can’t give us purpose, values, and real significance.” These are very important issues. Without a solid moral and ethical foundation, mere intellectual achievement may improve life’s circumstances but not its spiritual health.
Some people . . . have a form of godliness but deny its power . . . . (paraphrase of 2 Timothy 3:5, 7).