Choosing My Religion  -     By: R.C. Sproul
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Choosing My Religion

P & R Publishing / 2005 / Paperback

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What do you believe in? Whatever it is, that is your religion. Religion shapes your loves, ideals, behavior, and goals, but unless you've thought about it clearly, your religion may not be worth believing.

Choosing My Religion will help readers in their late-teens and early twenties arrive at sound answers to life's big questions. Youth ministers, teachers, and college ministers who work with high school and college students will also find this to be an extraordinary resource.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 128
Vendor: P & R Publishing
Publication Date: 2005
Dimensions: 8 X 5 3/8 (inches)
ISBN: 0875526098
ISBN-13: 9780875526096
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Evaluates the only foundations for belief: (1) favorite-flavor-ice cream truth and (2) jelly-bean-total truth. Contends that only one ultimate truth can fit you into reality.

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Are there many paths to God or only one? Targeted to teenagers, this short book seeks to answer that very question. Well-known theologian Sproul runs a balancing act between facts, personal stories, quotations from the Bible and philosophy to answer big questions. Does Truth Matter? What is God like? "The subject of this book," writes Sproul, "is based on the premise that there is, among all the possible avenues of relative truth, a path of uniquely, absolutely true truth. If there was no such path, we live in a relative universe, and all is utter nonsense." The book uses comments from students as the springboard for each topic. Readers can expect to find convincing argument combined with attractive design and very accessible language. (Mar.)

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