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Did Adam & Eve Have Bellybuttons...And 199 other questions from Catholic Teenagers

3.81 of 5 stars 3.81  ·  rating details  ·  98 ratings  ·  14 reviews
The top book in the Church for young people offers teens answers to 200 questions about the Catholic Faith. The question and answer format and clear, concise explanations make it an excellent resource and easy read for teenagers and adults alike. It may have a silly title, but read it and you'll agree it's a great book. Perfect for RCIA and Confirmation. ...more
Paperback, 270 pages
Published January 2nd 1998 by Ascension Pr (first published January 1st 1998)
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Haley Keller
A great book for Catholic teenagers who want to learn more about their religion.
Joseph
Aug 09, 2014 Joseph rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: 12-15yr olds
Shelves: catholic, apologetics
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This is a Q&A apologetics book aimed at teens. It is based on "questions" from teens regarding various "issues" and "teachings" of the Catholic Church. The questions are somewhat elementary, but the author does a good job of really answering the question and giving good Biblical and Catechism references. Although it is aimed at teens, I think it is somewhat elementary and definitely better used as a perusal book than any sort of reference.

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Maria
While I had originally had it as a resource for teaching Sunday School (many years ago), I just read it... really so I could read it and give it back to church. (yeah). Anyway, it covers a wide range of topics with real questions from teenagers, and with good Catholic answers. I would say the way the author answers the questions are faithful to the Catholic Church, but he doesn't go toooo in depth with any of the answers. I just think some topics do need answers with more depth. Overall, a good ...more
Patrick
I like this book and thought that it was a good reading for people that are confused on the the Catholic Faith
Anne
I would not be using this book with my kids at Religious Education. It's intolerant and restrictive.
Eric
This is a great starting book for anyone young or old to really understand the Catholic faith. The author took questions from teenagers about the church and answered them in ways that they would understand. A very concise and user friendly book to be used as a reference or read straight through. Either way it will be enjoyed.

Robin
So good if you struggle with your faith this book will answer all your questions
Katie
I cannot BELIEVE this book is on goodreads. A must-have for every coffee table, at least if you want to go to heaven or want to learn why you will be going to hell. I love you Corinne.
Carrie
Loved using this as a gift for the teens preparing for confirmation. They would sit down and read it as soon as they got it; never heard a room of teens so quiet.
Jamie
Oct 19, 2007 Jamie rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: teenagers wanting to start learning more about the Catholic faith
I learned how to better speak with teenagers about the Catholic faith, but I also learned that this is an excellent 1st Communion or Confirmation gift.
Holly Paluck
This book is a good family resource book. Answers some simple and not-so-simple questions in a concise, easy to understand format.
John
A good book for teens and adults to read. Some of the questions asked by these teens were quite good.
Emily Elisabeth
This was great for me because I'm a Catholic Teen.
Yohan
a good book for atheist. :)
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