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|Format: DRM Free ePub|
Vendor: Destiny Image
Publication Date: 2009
Availability: In Stock
The Twilight Phenomenon Forbidden Fruit or Thirst- Quenching Fantasy? equips parents and leaders to candidly discuss the Twilight series with teens who have been caught up in the romance of a human girl and a vampire boy. Much like Harry Potter caught the attention of millions of boys worldwide with spellbinding tales, the Twilight series is holding teenage girls captive with tempting fantasy stories that peak young impressionable minds. Readers of The Twilight Phenomenon will be shocked with the compelling truth behind why the Twilight series is so entrancing. It answers questions including:Do vampires have souls? What is immortality how is it lost or gained? What is the nature of evil? What sacrifices should be made for love?What is the nature of temptation? Veteran authors of books exposing the good and bad reality of popular books,Kurt and Olivia Bruner successfully help parents navigate the challenges and opportunities that emerge from pop culture by leveraging teen interests to drive dialogue about Christian orthodoxy. Other books by the Bruner s include Finding God in the Lord of the Rings, Shedding Light on His Dark Materials,Playstation Nation, and How to Mess UpYour Child s Life. Concerned parents, teachers, grandparents, youth leaders, and all adults who care about children and young adults will greatly value the wisdom and intelligent conversation shared in The Twilight Phenomenon Forbidden Fruit or Thirst Quenching Fantasy?
Authors Kurt and Olivia Bruner have written books with combined sales over 700,000 copies.The parents of four, including two teenagers, the Bruners help parents navigate the challenges and opportunities that emerge from popular culture by leveraging ten interests to drive dialogue about Christian orthodoxy.Kurt is the Pastor of Spiritual Formation with the 10,000 member Lake Pointe Church and Olivia has been a sixth-grade teacher and frequent guest on radio programs including Focus on the Family and Family Life Today. They serve together on the faculty of the Center for Strong Families.
anonymous5 Stars Out Of 5July 31, 2010anonymousThis book was very good. I am glad that there are some people willing to go against the flow, and give the public the truth about twilight. This book contains the history of vampires, tells you why people are going nuts over these books, and shows you that even though Edward and Bella wait until they are married to have sex, the book is not entirely clean. Get this book - it's good!
Jenny1 Stars Out Of 5January 16, 2010JennyThis book is nothing but lies and more lies. It is only for those are not strong enough in their faith to handle a good fiction story.
anonymous4 Stars Out Of 5December 30, 2009anonymousThis has been an eye opener for me. I have not trusted the twilight series, and yet my friends have loved them. Due to this book, when they ask me what I have against twilight, I have a ready answer. I love this book!