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By Josh McDowell

"Seven in 10 Protestants a while 18 to 30-both evangelical and mainline-who went to church frequently in highschool acknowledged they give up attending by way of age 23, based on the survey via LifeWay Research." (USA Today)

Don't money Your Brains on the Door provides youth solutions that make feel, even for the hardest of questions. across the world identified defender of the religion Josh McDowell and co-author Bob Hostetler provide readability laced with humor to show universal myths approximately God, the Bible, faith, and lifestyles to teach how Christianity stands as much as the attempt of truth and cause. youngsters could be greater outfitted to stay with their religion as they start to appreciate why they think and why it's a must to make an entire life dedication to Christ and the church.

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I don’t have to,” he said. ” A lot of Christian teenagers today make the same mistake. They carefully duplicate the beliefs of their parents. They reflect the opinions of their friends. They assimilate the values they see displayed in society. They mimic the behavior they observe at church. Tragically, though, many have been duped, like the unfortunate counterfeiter, into making copies of things that were counterfeits all along. Annie marvels at the reaction she gets when she refers to Bible stories as factual history during her world literature class.

Bob imagined God to be like a vending machine: you deposit a prayer, push the right button, and your wish is fulfilled. He imagined God to be a Father Christmas figure who waited in the uncharted expanse of space to fulfill his wish list. If he prayed hard enough and believed hard enough, God would plop down everything a seven-year-old heart desired. God does not submit to our whims and wishes. That’s understandable for a child. Unfortunately, many people carry their perceptions of God as a Divine Vending Machine into adulthood.

Unless noted otherwise, Scripture quotations are from the HOLY BIBLE: NEW INTERNATIONAL VERSION®. © 1973, 1978, 1984 by International Bible Society. Used by permission of Zondervan Publishing House. All rights reserved. Scripture quotations marked KJV are from the HOLY BIBLE: KING JAMES VERSION. ISBN 978-1-4003-1720-2 (2011 edition) The Library of Congress has cataloged the earlier printing as follows: McDowell, Josh. Don’t check your brains at the door / Josh McDowell and Bob Hostetler. p. cm.

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