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Prove It! God (Prove It!)

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Got God?

Does God really exist?
What does God want from me, anyway?

Prove It! God stands ready to answer teen questions the really tough ones about God, the Catholic Church, other religions, evolution, good and evil, and a whole bunch of other things you never hear about in religion classes and Sunday homilies or even from your parents.

Newly updated, this no-nonsense book c...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published September 1st 2010 by Our Sunday Visitor Inc.,U.S. (first published 2000)
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Excelent. Fantastic. Engaging. Well Reasoned. Brought me closer to God and understanding why I believe what I believe. Sometimes I fall into the trap that started this book, "Why do you believe in God." "I always have." Not a very good answer to someone who doesn't believe or has doubts about Him. But now, I understand more and have some usfull advice on what to say and how to reason it. I have also fallen into the trap of having to prove it and becomeing defensive and heated when discussing the...more
Julie Davis
This book was recommended to me when I was asking for good books that might help questioning atheists. It is aimed at a young audience (meaning teenage, I assume, from the way it was written). Although I found the arguments didn't change in substance from those I already am familiar with, they were substantially easier to understand in some cases. Welborn does a good job of breaking down the logic and showing where questioners' assumptions may be based on faulty premises. Overall a good resource...more
Loved Amy Welborns books
Dec 14, 2007 Sylvia rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Catholic teens
Amy Welborn makes some great points in this book that are relevant and easy for teens to understand. She answers a lot of the common questions that people have always had about God. It's amazing how much she is able to fit in to that short book; I think I read it in one or two days. I don't care for all of the humor that she throws in; I didn't find it very funny, but maybe others would. Four stars.
Christine Sunderland
An excellent defense, argument for the existance of a loving personal God. This book takes the reader step by step through the issues of creation, suffering, good and evil by addressing all of the reasons to NOT believe in God. Young adult level in terms of style.
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