There is a battle over how history is taught these days. Some might shrug their shoulders and say, “Who cares about a bunch of dates and events? That’s all in the past.” But the past is prologue. Karl Marx said that if you cut a people off from their history, you can reshape them into the image you wish. Americans are heirs to a rich Judeo-Christian heritage. But many people have no clue about that. Nor do they know much about our history at all. For about 25 years, Arch Hunter was a public school teacher—many of those years as a teacher of the subject of history, especially American history. He saw firsthand the negative changes as to how our history is taught. Today he is a Christian radio host in Philadelphia and is involved with the Freedom’s Foundation of Valley Forge. Arch Hunter joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss the battle over teaching history and why it matters.