Item description for My Truth, Your Truth, Whose Truth?: Discovering Absolutes in a Relative World by Randy Petersen...
My Truth, Your Truth, Whose Truth? tackles the tough subject of making right moral choices. In the context of a simulated internet chat room, author Randy Petersen leads teens in a dialogue about real-life situations and issues, and helps them come to conclusions about what is right and what is wrong. Readers will be challenged to critically analyze their beliefs about truth--and come to conclusions that absolute truth is found only in Christ.
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Studio: Focus on the Family (Tyndale)
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.55" Width: 5.51" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Sep 30, 2000
ISBN 1561798681 ISBN13 9781561798681 UPC 700001008684
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More About Randy Petersen
Randy Petersen, a writer/teacher from New Jersey, has written fifty books and many Bible study lessons. He also serves as Adult Education Director at his United Methodist church.
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Good Start Mar 8, 2005
This book is a good start for students and teens looking to find help in challenging days with challenging questions. It takes a unique approach with each chapter. They start with a chatroom experience; and then moves on to the daily life of a particular individual; reflections from that person; and then personal challenges. Anyway, I think it's a good approach and will be helpful to a lot of students.
Poor Misrepresentation Feb 24, 2001
This book travels through many a philosophy with a complacent and simple view intact. This is well and good for instruction, but not for a proper challenge of such philosophies. If one would wish to challenge the philosophy, one would first be requisited to note that with every major philosophical perspective refering to morality a man may find many facets and dimentions. This book seems to take the perspective that everything falls into dualistic definition based on proper negation of the logical converse. This is the poster-book of the fallacious strawman argument.