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Right From Wrong by Josh McDowell
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Jun 08, 2011

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bookshelves: nonfiction, own, youth-ministry, textbooks
Read from June 25 to November 10, 2011

While this book has cheesy narratives and is overburdened with statistics from the study conducted, it does hold a lot of good information on moral/objective/ethical issues and concerns. Another critique is that the book seems to border on frenzy and hype in some areas. "We're losing our children!" might be the cry. However, the book is quality.

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06/25/2011 page 22
08/05/2011 page 40
11.0% "This book is reminiscent of Barna"
08/12/2011 page 313
89.0% "Premise: Our children our failing morally because they don't believe in absolutes rooted in God."
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