6 Lessons On Apologetics for Teenagers
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"Isn't being a good person enough to get you into heaven?"
No. And all roads don't reach the same destination, either.
You've heard these kinds of questions--and your teenagers have heard the answers. Help them understand the "why" behind the reasoning, and relate their faith to others with humble confidence. Your teenagers will be armed to defend their faith in a world that challenges it...and them. Includes space for journaling, reader tips, discussion questions, Scripture references, charts that compare Christianity to other religions, and a list of helpful resources to investigate. (
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What this resource offers:
In a world of spiritual options, research has shown that even Christian teenagers are confused about what they believe.
Lead your students through an exploration of popular falsehoods & heresies--and compare them to the basic beliefs of Christianity.
: A recent GROUP magazine survey of more than 1,400 teenagers (93 percent of whom considered temselves to be Christians) found that more than one-third of them weren't sure if the Bible was accurate in all of its teachings--or believed that it was inaccurate; nearly four out of 10 thought Satan was just a symbol of evil--not a real spiritual being; and about one in five believed that Jesus committed sins while he lived on earth.
Six sessions examine why:
Being a "good person" has almost nothing to do with the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Jesus and his death are needed for salvation.
All roads don't reach the same destination.
No one is born saved.
Not everyone who believes in God will be saved.
The secrets of the cults can't compare to orthodoxy.
. Each lesson includes the following components:
--Lots of background information about the false belief being studied, so leaders will be equipped to answer students' questions.
--Activities & discussion questions help students begin to process the issues in a fun and interesting way.
Investigating the Evidence
--Engage with popular heresy and investigate how those beliefs compare to Christianity.
--Teens will examine key Scripture passages that point them toward the truth.
--To end each study, students will consider how they can apply this new knowledge to their lives, and to their relationships with others.
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