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Amy Welborn What do we really know about Jesus? How do we know it? Why does the Church say things about Jesus that other Christians don't agree with? Here are the answers to questions every teenager asks about Our Lord.
Paperback, 128 pages
Published September 1st 2002 by Our Sunday Visitor Inc.,U.S. (first published 2002)
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Karyn Yager
Amy Welborn's Prove It! series is a great way to teach and talk about the faith with young adults. Written in a conversational tone and using real life, down-to-earth examples, Welborn tackles the questions teens have with humor, honesty, and wit. Somehow she accomplishes this without watering down the faith, or talking down to teens. Great for adults, too, who want answers but don't want to tackle complicated theological tomes.
Christine Sunderland
Amy Welborn's book on proving Jesus is, like her others, a good concise theology course. Every believer should read it to clarify their beliefs. My only caution is that the language and style is geared to the college/high school set, which in many cases is a plus.
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