Item description for Know Light, No Fear: Understanding Your Faith and God's Will for Your Life by Neil T. Anderson & Rich Miller...
Overview Being a teenager has never been more difficult. Besides the struggles that come with the changes in adolescence, today's teens are faced with more life-changing decisions than ever before. This guide helps teens make the choices that reflect their commitment to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
Publishers Description A guide for teens wanting to make choices that reflect their commitment to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Divided into three parts that gives teens the tools they need to discover God's plan for their lives, shows the power of evil and how to overcome it, and offers special material on angels and how they really work in teens' lives today. An affordable youth resource to help teens with the life-changing decisions they face everyday.
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8" Width: 5.1" Height: 0.63" Weight: 0.66 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2000
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 0785276637 ISBN13 9780785276630
Availability 0 units.
More About Neil T. Anderson & Rich Miller
Dr. Neil T. Anderson, Founder and President Emeritus of Freedom in Christ Ministries (FICM), is the bestselling author or coauthor of more than 60 books, including The Bondage Breaker(R) (more than 1.3 million sold). His books and ministry have impacted the church all over the world with offices and representatives in many countries. He travels extensively to equip the church so they can establish their people alive and free in Christ.
Neil T. Anderson currently resides in LaHabra Carefree, in the state of California. Neil T. Anderson was born in 1942.
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Poor Jul 15, 2006
There is a whopper of an error on page 166: It says that legalism if wrong because you can't earn God's favor in order to produce a spiritually productive life. However that isn't what the definition of legalism is. The definition of legalism is as it was in ancient times as it is today:
"Strict, literal adherence to the law or to a particular code, as of religion or morality."
And the Bible is absolutely for legalism. On top of that, to say, "You can't get God to give you a good spiritual life by obeying him well" is absolute nonsense, of course you can get God to do that. And obeying him IS having a good spiritual life.
It also claims that people are legalistic have horrible lives and that they are always feeling guilty and that churches that are big on rules drive teens away to alcohol. How absurd. In fact, there is another book, unfortunately I can't remember the title, which I read recently, which said that liberal churches LOST members over the years and that STRICT churches gained members.
The whole book has sloppy nonsensical reasoning like that.