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“Many people entertain the idea that Christianity,like almost any other religion,is basically a system of beliefs-you know, a set of doctrines or a code of behavior, a philosophy, an ideology.

3. Description this book DontCheckYourBrainsattheDoor "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."

I recently read Don'tCheckYourBrains as part of the BookSneeze.com review program. An evaluation copy was provided to me at no charge.

The world’s most passionate, effective evangelists are right in your youth ministry! No one can top your stu. ISBN10 : 0310237718 , ISBN13 : 9780310237716.

Book Overview. Laced with clarity and humor, McDowell and Hostetler expose common myths about God, the Bible, religion, and life, showing how Christianity stands up to the test of fact and reason. Solid, exciting Christian apologetics for teens.

Maybe that’s why I jumped atthe opportunity to review the new Apologetics Study Bible for Students by Holman Bible Publishers.

‘What’s the point of being President if you can’t do anything?’ I can’t say for sure how many times I’ve been asked that in one form or the other, but I

Nonfiction Book Review by Libbi. DontCheckYourBrainsattheDoor, by Josh McDowell and Bob Hostetler. “Seven in ten Protestants ages 18 to 30-both

No, "Watchmen" requires that you not check yer brainatthedoor. It wants you to think about why one fight scene is incredibly violent and grotesque

And yet the words I most remember from him were, “Dontcheckyourbrainatthedoor.” It was always clear what he meant: While managerial tools can be insightful, mindless obedience is a road to ruin. In Six Sigma, the tools ranged from a C&E matrix and process mapping to a RACI Matrix and...

It's been suggested by some that if you explore the Christian faith, much less a church, you're going to have to "checkyourbrainsatthedoor."

In Don'tCheckYourBrainattheDoor, Josh McDowell and Bob Hostetler examine 42 different myths concerning faith and life that many young teens believe today.

Also, unlike the stick-your-head-in-the-sand and pretend-it-isn’t-so ways of living, Am I Hungry? shares sound nutrition information, and illustrates

The car was at 9,000. He strongly suggested that I start changing it every 3,000 miles and based his advice on the number of damaged engines he’s

Part 6 of 7 of the "Don'tCheckYourBrainattheDoor" series. Acts 4:12, John 18:37. Pastor Austin Shaw.