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Thomas Nelson Right from Wrong

The foundational book for the interdenominational Right from Wrong campaign! Parents, pastors, and youth workers praise this biblical yet contemporary blueprint for passing core Christian values to the next generation. Learn how to teach youth to determine what is absolutely right by helping them understand why certain truths are universal and others are not. 336 pages, softcover from W.
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Date:June 10, 2001
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Martin T
I would highly recommend this book to be read by parents and teachers alike because it's very easy to read, interesting and relevant to today's problems in family (including Christian). This book reveals issues that parents think that their teenagers don't have problems with. And the reality is it could be closer than they think or even going on in their home without they're realizing it. Thus, a friendly advice for parents and teachers of teenagers to pick up this book and learn from others experience as shared by Josh McDowell.
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Date:May 9, 2000
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David Tarkington
This is "the" book for parents and youth pastors. It warns of the danger of living in a tolerant society. McDowell is prophetic in his statements of where tolerance leads. I recommend that ever youth Sunday School teacher have this in his/her library and that students use the series' "Setting You Free to Make Right Choices" workbook.
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