Tis the season for commencement addresses and sending all of the little graduates out into the big world. As such, graduation cards represent the climax of worldly wisdom. A few of these cards caught the attention of Natty P. with grand old messages like “Be who you are. Do what you love. Make a difference. Change the world,” or “If you can conceive it, your heart can believe it, and you can achieve it,” and not lest “Be who you are, do what you do.” Is this helpful advice for grads? Is there even anything of substance in these messages? What is the philosophical underpinning of the advice on these cards? Join us as we discuss advice for graduates from a biblical worldview.