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Are there any good Christian apologetics books out there for pre-teens?

Are there any good Christian apologetics books out there for pre-teens? Topic: Eight case system
April 22, 2019 / By Anonna
Question: I know there are lots for adults, but I'm really interested to see if there are any for pre-teens. A list would be helpful. And while all answers and beliefs systems are welcome, I humbly ask that if you have nothing productive to add, please don't answer.
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Yorath Yorath | 2 days ago
The Case for Faith for Kids The Case for Christ for Kids The Case for a Creator for Kids Off My Case for Kids Lee Strobel's eye-opening bestsellers have been revised by noted children's author Rob Suggs for young people ages eight to twelve--the age when kids begin asking the complicated questions adults themselves sometimes struggle to answer. The Case for Christ for Kids brings Jesus to vivid life, addressing the miracles, ministry, family, and way of life of Jesus of Nazareth. These Case for... books are just right for kids who want to stand up for their faith in an unbelieving world. Written in humorous, light-hearted prose perfect for kids this age, these books analyze the evidence and build compelling cases, using historical facts, up-to-date scientific research, and true stories. Recommended for ages 8 to 12. http://www.christianbook.com/Christian/Books/product?item_no=711460&event=CF
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Yorath Originally Answered: Good christian books?
Hi Dreamer! Let me start by saying it's refreshing to see someone guarding themselves from all the smut out there! Check out C. S. Lewis's book, "The Screwtape Letters" http://www.amazon.com/Screwtape-Letters-... Or Randy Alcorn's modern-day version, "Lord Foulgrin's Letters" http://www.amazon.com/Lord-Foulgrins-Let... Alcorn has written loads of good reads. "Safely Home" gets really good reviews on amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/Safely-Home-Randy-... Here's one of my all-time favorite books, the true story of a young man in the Soviet Red Army. It's called, "Vanya" http://www.amazon.com/Vanya-Leaf-Library-Myrna-Grant/dp/0884190099/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1250529635&sr=8-1 Happy reading! =D

Shemuel Shemuel
I don't know what a Christian apologetics book is but they have a few shelves at my local Barnes & Noble in teen non-fiction that relate to religion (mostly Christian), as well as at Borders. You can look online under teens and then religious/spiritual and I'm sure you will find a bunch. Hope I helped! God bless and have a good day :)
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Norrie Norrie
If you truly believe in your soul, that you are a born again Christian, you do not need a book of apologetics. You should not ever feel that you have to defend your faith. Your faith is yours alone. The Bible tells us to go forth and teach (witness) to God's saving grace. You don't need to brow beat anyone, just present the facts, and if they do not heed the word, that is their decision, you have done your job by presenting the facts. No need to apologize or defend.
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Lambart Lambart
There really are no good books on apologetics. The whole idea is flawed. If you want to learn about the bible and it's flaws I suggest the Skeptics annotated bible online. You can see all the critical parts of the bible. And think about them yourself whether they are really flaws or if there is a logical reason for those contradictions. Most apologetics books boil down to telling you not to ask questions and use a bunch of fallacious reasoning to justify faith instead of reason. http://www.skepticsannotatedbible.com/
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Isadore Isadore
yes! I have seen some at Barnes and Nobles, and Berean. Berean is a Christian Book store so you can check there and I think there are some at Barnes and Nobles!
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Isadore Originally Answered: Oh no, not this; I have just been told that I am not acting like a good Christian, what should I do (this time?
For starters, close that 1st parenthesis, please. I've always thought it rather grisly how many Xians focus on the death and the voodoo, rather than the actual teachings. (See answer #1). No wonder I like you. I enjoy my Jeffersonian Bible, even though it leads me to believe Jesus was a Buddhist...

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