I loved how he included "passages to explore." He had a lot of Scripture references. On this note, I personally prefer the KJV so I didn't care for his encouragement to try out random versions, based on "what might work for you." That would be my main disclaimer.
Also, I will note that there are chapters about purity. This book was written for older teens and I personally think that it would be wise to wait until you're an older teen, "about to step into the world" to read this.
There were SO many good quotes! Here are a few:
"Will you define freedom as as living any way you want, or will you define it as the opportunity to live how you ought to live?"
"The truth is discovered, not created."
"Truth may be hard to discover, but just because the quest proves difficult doesn't mean the treasure doesn't exist."
"As Christians, we ought to be passionate about knowing the truth because God is passionate about making it known."
"It is better to fall a hundred times and confess it a hundred times than to stay on the ground and call that which is sinful good. (Proverbs 24:16)"
"Remember that being courageous doesn't mean we aren't afraid, it just means we choose to move forward in spite of our fear."
"Before we can determine what implications a particular [Bible] text has for our lives, we must first discover what the text means."
*I received this book from LitFuse Publicity in exchange of my honest review*
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