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Thread: Christianity and world religion studies

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    A small town west of Minneapolis

    Default Christianity and world religion studies

    I need some book suggestions for Christianity and world religions for my high-schooler. I'll start off with Screwtape Letters by CS Lewis, but would like some other ideas for books that explain the theology and apologetics of the Christian faith, particularly ones that are well-written and will not require a power struggle before he will read them. I would also like to cover the basic beliefs of the other major religions, and I prefer books that offer a critique of those belief systems from a Christian viewpoint, not ones that treat all religions as equally valid.
    Wendy, wife of Retired Air Force hubby Sid. Mom to school teacher Virginia, 28yo; Son-in-law Mark; Homeschool graduate and Graphic Artist John, 21 and remaining student Tim, 15.
    I can only do one thing well...You pick: Homeschool the kids, or Clean the house.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Oct 2007
    No longer in Texas


    Any books from The Case for... series by Lee Strobel would be a good start.
    Mom to Grace (14), Sarah (12), and Hannah (10)
    Using my college degree in ways I never imagined....

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Feb 2007


    The Reason for God by Tim Keller

    Mere Christianity by CS Lewis - not sure if this would cause a power struggle or not, but it's great

    The Rose Book is an excellent resource:

    It's highly visual and interesting to read. A great reference book to have. It has a large section at the end of comparative religions in chart form. I'm not sure if I'd say it's a critique of those religions -- more factual and in comparison with Christianity.
    "Ree-bee," Mom to United States Marine ds 22 * artist dd 19 * motion-loving ds 16 * piano-playing ds 11
    "For Miss Minnie loved children and she loved books, and she taught merely by introducing the one to the other." from "A Consent," by Wendell Berry

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