Sticking up for What I Believe: Answers to the Spiritual Questions Teenagers Ask

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Hey, do you know why you believe in God? Or why you call yourself a Christian? If it's because your parents told you so, that answer won't cut it with friends and others who question your beliefs.

It won't make Christianity real for you, either.

Being a Christian—living for Jesus and sharing your faith—begins with knowing what you believe. Not because you're supposed to, but because it really means something ...

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Overview

Hey, do you know why you believe in God? Or why you call yourself a Christian? If it's because your parents told you so, that answer won't cut it with friends and others who question your beliefs.

It won't make Christianity real for you, either.

Being a Christian—living for Jesus and sharing your faith—begins with knowing what you believe. Not because you're supposed to, but because it really means something to you. It's changed your life.

So if you want to be a true believer—the kind who isn't wimpy about sharing one's faith—this book will help. It asks tough questions like "Can you prove there's a God?" or "Is the Bible true?" or "Is there really a heaven?" and gives answers that make sense. So go ahead. Dig into these pages. You'll find good reasons for keeping the faith. And before long, you'll be sticking up for what you believe.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781576833117
  • Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers
  • Publication date: 4/28/2002
  • Pages: 171
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.98 (h) x 0.41 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction Why Should I Read This Book?
Question 1 Can You Prove to Me That There Is a God?
Question 2 If There Is a God, Why Does He Allow So Much Suffering?
Question 3 How Do We Know That the Bible Is a Reliable Source?
Question 4 Did the Miracles in the Bible Really Happen?
Question 5 Isn't It Narrow-Minded to Say That Jesus Is the Only Way to God?
Question 6 What About Those Who Have Never Heard?
Question 7 Isn't Living a Good Life Good Enough?
Question 8 Isn't Christianity Just a Psychological Crutch?
Question 9 Is There Really a Hell? What About Heaven?
Question 10 What Does It Mean to Believe?
Question 11 Can I Be Sure I'm Going to Heaven?
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 10, 2003

    Not just for teens

    This book gives very understandable answers to very difficult questions - questions that everyone has about their faith - not just teenagers! (How do we know if there really is a God? Is the Bible reliable? How can a good God allow pain and suffering? etc.) I highly recommend it!

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