Is your teen prepared to survive college and a secular workplace with his or her faith still intact? Many teens are not. ABR has heard from so many parents whose kids have walked away from the Lord after heading off to college. And the parents consistently say, "We wish we would have done more to expose our kids to Christian apologetics."
You probably know the importance of apologetics. You want your kids to be prepared to stand against the onslaught of skepticism they will be confronted with in the world. But where does one begin? What subjects are the most important to address? What authors and resources can I trust? What resources will my teen be able to grasp and enjoy?
If you’ve been wondering about these kinds of questions, ABR is excited to let you know that help has arrived. Your teen can start right here with our Youth Apologetics Course (YAC) developed by Charlie Campbell. Charlie has been speaking to teens on apologetics issues for more than twenty years. And teens love his visually-rich, clear, concise, educational, and encouraging presentation style (sample teaching here).
When your package arrives (with FREE shipping in the USA), stick the flash drive into your computer and print out a YAC workbook (included as a PDF file on flash drive). It's approximately 65 pages. If you have multiple kids or students in your family or class* or youth group*) feel free to print out as many workbooks as you'd like (at no extra charge). Then, place the pages in a three-ring binder and hand it, along with the flash drive (loaded with ten one-hour-long videos), and the two included paperback books, to your teen(s) and tell them to dive in. They can watch the videos on a computer or stick the flash drive into a USB port on a television and watch them there (simple directions will be included with your package).
The course workbook will guide the student(s) through the videos and books. It has fill-in-the-blank notes, true or false questions, multiple-choice questions, imaginary scenarios and conversations with skeptics for your student to think about and respond to, etc. And if you'd like, you can check their answers with the included YAC Teacher's Edition.**
As your teen learns about evidence for God, evidence for the Bible, answers to atheists’ objections to Jesus, etc., we trust that:
- Their faith in God will be strengthened
- Their confidence in the Bible will increase
- The student will be better prepared to lovingly answer skeptics’ objections, contend for the faith, and lead others to Jesus Christ
- The student will have fruitful, interesting, and fun discussions with their parents or pastors
Your package will include . . .
- One Minute Answers to Skeptics: Concise Responses to the Top 50 Objections & Questions (Book)
- Scrolls and Stones: Compelling Evidence the Bible Can Be Trusted (Book)
- USB flash drive with the following content:
— Youth Apologetics Course (Student Workbook / PDF printable)
— Youth Apologetics Course (Teacher's Edition / PDF printable)
— Evidence for the Bible: Ten Reasons You Can Trust the Scriptures (83 minute video)
— Answers to Atheists' Attacks on Jesus (52 minute video)
— Archaeological Evidence for the Bible (53 minute video)
— The Bible's Scientific Accuracy and Foresight (50 minute video)
— If God is Loving, Why is there Evil and Suffering? (51 minute video)
— Jesus: Mankind's Only Savior (55 minute video)
— The Case for the Resurrection (58 minute video)
— Answers to the Tough Questions About Hell (60 minute video)
— Homosexuality and the Bible: Answering Objections to the Biblical View (55 minute video)
If you already own all of the above resources, but not the Youth Apologetics Course workbooks (student and teacher's editions), there is a discounted way to get the workbooks here.
Contact us here, if you have any questions. We'll be happy to help you.
* If you are using the workbook for your apologetics class or youth group, please print as many workbooks as needed, but each student will need their own copy of One Minute Answers to Skeptics and Scrolls and Stones. Please do not photocopy those books.
** This is a stand alone course that does not require any involvement from a parent or teacher—though involvement is encouraged.