Luke and Noah Botkin examine two of the great issues facing young men who have been introduced to home education. Many young men are contemplating military service to an American military that is very different from the Armed Services of even one generation ago. What questions should they address in their decision-making? How will those decisions influence the lives of others? They will also examine the great questions of adulthood and family life. As young men move toward marriage, what parts of their heritage will they preserve and which parts might they abandon, and why? Luke and Noah make the point that young men need to be laying the foundations for momentous decisions and moral tests that will face every young man aged 13-21.