As with everything we read and hear, Christians should assimilate this information [about Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)] with biblical discernment. The material on ADD is often interesting and helpful, but it is not Scripture. Therefore, it can be prone to unbiblical assumptions and errors. Gives the current, technical definitions of ADD, and offers specific cautions: almost anyone can squeeze into such loose definitions; ADD describes behavior rather than explains; there are no physical markers for something called ADD Discusses how to help someone who displays behaviors consistent with ADD, looking at both spiritual factors and physical strengths and weaknesses. You are addressing someone who has “both a sinful heart and an energetic constitution.” Downplays Ritalin, concentrating on parenting.