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This book is a must read for anyone working with youth.
Third, most American teenagers lack a theological language with which to express their faith or interpret their experience of the world.
This was a very good book, I enjoyed it very much: Regarding our current plight in American, the following should enlighten.
This book will open your eyes and will give you a reality check on youth and their perception on religion. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jesse Jaquez
this book is shallow
and a guilt fest
asking American Christians to increase their attempts to
shape (brainwash) young people using fear and... Read more
Very informative and high challenging- great read if you're involved in the lives of teens and care about their faith.Published 3 months ago by Clinton Faupel
This book is great information and scary at the same time. It does a great job of outlining where we're headed as a society.Published 10 months ago by T. JENSEN
Dr. Kenda Creasy Dean's passion for young people, the Gospel, and the Church flow through every chapter. I appreciate her marvelous use of research to support her writing. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Hardel
This book made me think a lot about the responsibility of the church and adults Christians on Youth Christianity. We cannot blame young people and just do nothing about it.Published 15 months ago by Ana Lucia Bedicks
About youth but written for adults. They do what you do as parents. Good News - youth are not hostile toward religion. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Billy A. Lewis