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Tyndale House Beyond Belief to Convictions

Distorted beliefs lead to distorted values, and that affects our attitudes and actions. Gain the tools you'll need to give your kids an accurate foundation. This comprehensive text presents rock-solid reasons to believe the deity and incarnation of God, the Bible and its reliability, the Resurrection, and provides the blueprint to live out those beliefs.
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Review 1 for Beyond Belief to Convictions
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Date:June 26, 2009
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BarbaraM
THIS IS A HARD BOOK TO FIND "IN STOCK".Anyone with a burden to work with Youth will appreciate this book. Great insight on today's youth.
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Date:July 25, 2008
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Linnea Thompson
Josh McDowell conveys a right-between-the-eyes reality check regarding today's Christian community's relaxing on the bench while the world-view infiltrates our lives with its subtle disintegration of Truth. A TOTAL MUST-READ for ANYone who has teens-- even young children--would stimulate good youth discussions.
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Date:August 16, 2003
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Michael
This book hits the very heart of our faith, and challenges the popular worldviews of today. If you have not found the Evidence that Demands a Verdict books too interesting, jump into this one. The delivery is much lighter, but the facts are there. This book has revolutionized my faith and given me boldness where I needed it!
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Date:September 25, 2002
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Eb Jackson
Josh McDowell confronts relativism by wrapping biblical faith in "relational apologetics." If you are serious about the defense of traditional Christianity, this book is for you. Highly recommended for teenagers and college-agers. Also recommended is THE PRAYER OF HANNAH by Kenn Gividen.
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