The spirituality and worldview of the Twilight Saga are fascinating, but they do not sit easily with orthodox Christianity. The Twilight Gospel by Dave Roberts carefully assesses what is praiseworthy and what is less so. It will help you to think more clearly about issues raised in the series, such as occult spirits, myths and legends, sexuality, materialism and more. Designed to help teens and parents discern what is healthy and unhealthy, The Twilight Gospel will help create shrewd, literate young adults as they encounter secular pop culture.
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Review 1 for The Twilight Gospel
Date:September 26, 2010
I found this to be a very disappointing book. I am a teenager, and have been looking for good books to counter the Twilight craze of my friends. I was hoping that Dave Roberts would actualy combat the many things that are wrong with twilight (for example, the main guy in this book is a vampire! What are we even doing reading this junk? Is a vampire pure, holy, lovely, or admirable? Phil. 4:8. I don't think so!). Instead, this man acts as though there is nothing wrong with these books. He only points out the good points (and few be therein!) and the way to Jesus Christ. That's all good and well (I mean, who doesn't want to share Christ's love for us?), but I was looking for guidance on the many things wrong with the Twilight series. My advice to everyone - if you HAVE to read this book, don't waste your money on it - get it from the Library, and use your hard earned savings to buy 'The Twilight Phenomenon', or 'The Trouble With Twilight' (found on this website - I don't know the names of the authors :)!