|Aspects of Love: An Interview with Dr. Gene Edward Vieth||Vol. 110, Prg. 11–15|
February 13–17, 2012
Valentine’s Day can seem like an over-commercialized holiday that does little more than sell greeting cards and candy. This year, make it something more! Dr. Gene Edward Veith, well-known author, literature professor, and provost at Patrick Henry College, joins Mike Smith with five stories of love that will fire up your imagination and inspire your students.
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Family Vocation: God’s Calling in Marriage, Parenting, and Childhood
What does it mean to be called as a husband, a wife, a parent, a child? How does the grace of the gospel impact how we carry out our particular calling? How does God’s presence influence the struggles that families face? Dr. Veith explores these and other questions in his most recent book. Learn more or order today.
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Dr. Gene Edward Veith
Prolific author, cultural commentator, and longtime educator Dr. Gene Edward Veith is the Provost of Patrick Henry College. Formerly the cultural editor of WORLD magazine, Dr. Veith is well known in Christian, conservative, and homeschooling circles through his articles, books, and speaking engagements. He has served more than 20 years in Christian academia as a professor of English and, for six years, as dean of the School of Arts & Sciences at Concordia University-Wisconsin. In addition to his frequent columns for WORLD, Dr. Veith has published over 17 books in both scholarly and popular genres, several of which have been translated into foreign languages. Dr. Veith and his wife, Jackquelyn, have three grown children, Paul, Joanna, and Mary.
Explore aspects of love with a literature unit study based on the books Dr. Veith discusses on this week’s program. Follow the link to request your free copy of the Aspects of Love Literature Unit Study.
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