10 Questions Every Teen Should Ask (and Answer) about Christianity

10 Questions Every Teen Should Ask (and Answer) about Christianity

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Written by Rebecca McLaughlin, Author of Confronting Christianity

In a world of increasing ideological diversity, kids are being challenged to think through their own beliefs at an early age. Questions like How can you believe the Bible is true?; Why can't we just agree that love is love?; and Isn't Christianity against diversity? can seem like roadblocks for kids who are following Jesus, as well as for those who might otherwise consider faith in Christ. In this helpful book--written both for Christian kids and for those who think Jesus is just a fairy tale character--Rebecca McLaughlin invites readers ages 12-15 to dig deep into hard questions for themselves and perhaps discover that the things that once looked like roadblocks to faith might actually be signposts.

Title:10 Questions Every Teen Should Ask (and Answer) about Christianity
ISBN:9781433571664
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    10 Questions Every Teen Should Ask (and Answer) about Christianity Reviews

  • Missy

    Loved how she helps students understand concepts with references to Harry Potter! Easy read but enjoyable and clear....

  • Brad Hough

    4.0 // This is a wonderful resource for teens who are wrestling with any of the questions that Rebecca McLaughlin addresses here. She covers a wide range of topics—race, believability of Scripture, ...

  • Tomsugi

    SummaryRebecca McLaughlin’s first book, Confronting Christianity: 12 Hard Questions for the World’s Largest Religion, was named Christian Book of the Year in 2020 by Christianity Today magazine. H...

  • Julie Reynolds

    Oh boy. What to write to review this book. It’s pitched as a teen book, but most teenagers have finished Harry Potter and so the Harry Potter analogies wouldn’t work. I also am in two minds as to ...

  • Elizabeth Bridcut

    A few minor quibbles but generally I thought this was excellent. The aesthetics/presentation are good too. The little pictures on the front represent the different chapters and are carried through the...

  • Lindsey D'alessandro

    I teach middle school Bible and am always looking for solid apologetics resources to use with my students. After reading this book, I will definitely be integrating it into my curriculum. It can be ch...

  • Brandi Breezee

    Loved Confronting Christianity so I knew I would love this just as much. Even though this book says it’s for 12-15 yr olds, I think it’s definitely more for 15+ as it tackles mature topics. Aiden ...

  • Robin Langford

    I want to say it’s an excellent simplification of Confronting Christianity, but that could imply that CC wasn’t implemented or clear. It was! This book just makes the topics accessible to readers ...

  • Samantha Barnes

    This was a fun, vivid read—and yet so good at explaining the answers to each question. I read the “adult version” and thought it was super helpful, but I loved the way she referenced common stor...

  • Jacob Prince

    Easy to read and addresses questions teens are asking. Strongly recommended for anyone who wants to make disciples of students. Lots of Harry Potter references, but she does a good job of explaining t...