Don't Check Your Brains at the Door by Josh McDowell

By Josh McDowell

"Seven in 10 Protestants a while 18 to 30-both evangelical and mainline-who went to church on a regular basis in highschool stated they give up attending via age 23, in accordance with the survey by means of LifeWay Research." (USA Today)

Don't fee Your Brains on the Door provides young people solutions that make experience, even for the hardest of questions. across the world identified defender of the religion Josh McDowell and co-author Bob Hostetler supply readability laced with humor to reveal universal myths approximately God, the Bible, faith, and lifestyles to teach how Christianity stands as much as the attempt of truth and cause. adolescents can be larger outfitted to stay with their religion as they start to appreciate why they suspect and why you must make an entire life dedication to Christ and the church.

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That gentleness and meekness were not the absence of strength; they were strength under control. Sure, Jesus was a man who sat comfortably with children on His lap, but He was also a man who stood bravely in the presence of His enemies. BRAIN FOOD Read Luke 13:31–33. How does Jesus respond to the threat on His life? What word does He use to refer to Herod? Does this incident reveal anything about the strength of Jesus’ character? Read Matthew 23:1–39. Note the strength and severity of Jesus’ words for the Pharisees and teachers of the Law.

Notice the personal pronouns God uses to refer to Himself: “I . . me . . me . . ” The astounding thing about God is that He is a personal God. ” He spoke His name to Moses. He revealed Himself to the boy Samuel. He spoke to Isaiah in the temple. He told Jeremiah, “Before I formed you in the womb I knew you” (Jeremiah 1:5). ” King David called Him “a father to the fatherless, a defender of widows” (Psalm 68:5). And all Christians have received the “Spirit of sonship,” so that we may call Him “Abba, Father” (Romans 8:15).

Some of it is truth. Much of it is myth. That’s what this book is all about. These brief chapters discuss common myths, many of which people accept without thinking, and evaluate them in the light of the Bible. It will surprise, delight, and sometimes scare you to discover some deeply held ideas about God and religion and life that are no more than myths. Each chapter concludes with a quick Brain Food section—a short exercise that builds on the material in the chapter, nourishing your mental faculties and providing a crucial perspective from God’s Word.

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