“Seven in 10 Protestants ages 18 to 30—both evangelical and mainline—who went to church regularly in high school said they quit attending by age 23, according to the survey by LifeWay Research.” (USA Today)
Don’t Check Your Brains at the Door gives teens answers that make sense, even for the toughest of questions. Internationally known defender of the faith Josh McDowell and co-author Bob Hostetler offer clarity laced with humor to expose common myths about God, the Bible, religion, and life to show how Christianity stands up to the test of fact and reason. Teens will be better equipped to stick with their faith as they begin to understand why they believe and why it’s important to make a lifetime commitment to Christ and the church.
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About the authors:
| Josh McDowell wrote the international best-selling apologetics references Evidence That Demands a Verdict and over 120 other books. He travels and speaks with Campus Crusade for Christ. |
For more about Josh visit his website Josh.org.
| Bob Hostetler is an award-winning and best-selling writer, editor, pastor, and speaker. His books include Don't Check Your Brains at the Door and The Bone Box.|
For more about Bob visit his website BobHostetler.com.
I have a teenage son. He is at the stage where he is beginning to cement in his own mind all of the things that we have been teaching him since he a baby. That requires questions and searching. "Don't Check Your Brains at the Door" is written in a language and style that is perfect for teens like my son. Each section is written with their attention span in mind. While each chapter is short and to the point, it isn't stingy on quality and truth. The end of each chapter presents "brain food" that challenges teens to dig deep into the Bible for the only place where you can find complete truth: the Bible.
There is a lot of information being thrown at my sons each day. Being able to cipher through all of it requires discernment. Discernment is a even greater skill. It is why our kids don't need to check their brains at the door. It is why reading this book can give them such an advantage as they walk out into the great big world each day.