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Moody Publishers The Bare Facts: 39 Questions Your Parents Hope You Never Ask About Sex

Do your teens have questions about condoms, living together, raging hormones, STDs? McDowell believes that no topic is off limits---and that knowledge is the key to purity. Using relevant statistics, entertaining anecdotes, and true stories, he provides candid answers about the "facts of life" for young people who want to honor God with their bodies. 144 pages, softcover from Moody.
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Review 1 for The Bare Facts: 39 Questions Your Parents Hope You Never Ask About Sex
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Totally worthwhile and informative.

Date:May 25, 2012
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Josh nails it again. With all the facts and statistics, shows how important it is to really know your stuff when it comes to sex. Its also quite alarming some of the things you learn in there about todays youth and the sex practices of today. We need to stop assuming what is going on and get informed. An thats excatly what Josh has done with this book.
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Review 2 for The Bare Facts: 39 Questions Your Parents Hope You Never Ask About Sex
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Glad to add product to my counseling practice.

Date:October 28, 2011
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DONNA
Location:London Ohio
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Josh McDowell has been producing much needed books for a life time that speaks to the Hot Topics of the time. Once more he did not let his readers down and has given statics to match his findings. As a Lay Counselor that counsels adolescence I am able to suggest the purchase or give the book first to the parent and then allow the parent to chose the direction he/she wishes to go. The problem we face is not just outside the church but has the same need inside the churches in our community. It is time Christians handle the stinkin thinkin that is leading our adolescence down a destructive path. I highly suggest that Youth Pastors or Youth Leaders take a look and pray about leading much needed discussions on the complete book. Adolescence want to know the truth, tell them please. Donna BCBC
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Review 3 for The Bare Facts: 39 Questions Your Parents Hope You Never Ask About Sex
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Great book for Teens!

Date:September 21, 2011
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chica
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When I presented the book to my teenage daughter she told me she had just recently talked with a friend who raved about the book. She said she wondered how she could get a copy. When I gave it to her she was so thankful. Teens today want to know about sex from a reliable source and thats just what this book is. If you've got teens, especially those that read, give them a copy, you won't be sorry!
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Review 4 for The Bare Facts: 39 Questions Your Parents Hope You Never Ask About Sex
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Date:August 15, 2011
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Brenda Gayer
Location:West Frankfort, IL.
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I purchased this for my 16 year old grand daughter. She read it from cover to cover and told me that she wished she'd have read it sooner.
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