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They All Can't Be Right: Do All Spiritual Paths Lead to God?
B & H Publishing Group / 2004 / Paperback
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Many people today think that teens are disinterested in spiritual matters. In fact, the opposite is true. Postmodern youth actually crave a connection to the spiritual, but in our age of relativism, teens--including those who grew up going to church--often think that all roads ultimately lead to God.
In the midst of this spiritual confusion, Steve Russo offers genuine answers about how to find God. Profiling Islam, Buddhism, Mormonism, New Age, Wicca, and other religions and cults Russo exposes the fallacies of so-called "paths to God" and reveals the truth of the Way. You will learn to evaluate other faiths and see that the biblical witness can be trusted as the absolute in the search for meaning and truth in this life. This books is a great companion to the TruthQuest Bible.
The crisis facing youth today is not that they are disinterested in the spiritual. The opposite is true. Postmodern youth crave a connection to the spiritual. The real crisis today is that they see all spiritual paths equally valid and have no allegiance to any absolutes. Barna statistics show that churched kids” think no differently than unchurched kids.” Into this spiritual potluck, Steve Russo offers the truth about these so-called paths to God and delivers the good news about the Way. Teens will learn to evaluate other faiths and see that the biblical witness can be trusted as the absolute in the search for meaning and truth in this life.
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