This student handbook contains a range of stimulating and thought-provoking activities designed to help the student wrestle with the claims of each religion. For years 10–12.
This lively, accessible book highlights society's most influential voices - including New Age, Secular Humanism, Relativism and Postmodernism.
This lively, accessible book highlights society's most influential voices - including New Age, Secular Humanism, Relativism and Postmodernism. Readers will be rewarded with a way to process the complex messages of our 21st century world and an understanding of how these relate to a Christian worldview.
Engaging activities and thought-provoking discussion ideas provide an opportunity to engage with the early chapters of the Bible. For years 10–12.
Hope for a Shattered World presents the worldview of the Bible found in Genesis 1-11. It allows students to compare it to their own understanding of reality and to evaluate its claims and relevance for life today. For years 10–12.
Suffering is a topic Christians and humanity have struggled with through the ages, and raises questions about the existence of God, his power and his love.. This student handbook contains interviews with people who have suffered, news articles, room for students to express questions and objections, Bible passages to explore and stunning illustrations. For years 9–10.
This student handbook is designed to get students wrestling with Mark's Gospel and includes text related questions, historical backgrounds, interviews with contemporary Christians, and discussions on how to apply the learning to their lives. For years 7–9.
Mistaken Identity? presents the real Jesus and highlights the difference he makes to life both now and in the future. Jesus is a dynamic and surprising person who cannot be ignored. For years 7–9.
Presented over six lessons, this resource challenges students to examine for themselves the gospel that the Christians in Ephesus accepted. Here is an opportunity for an authentic, fulfilling life that when properly understood is too good to pass up. For years 9 –11.
No Turning Back challenges students to examine for themselves the gospel that the Christians in Ephesus accepted. Here is an opportunity for an authentic, fulfilling life that when properly understood is too good to pass up. For years 9 –11.
This student handbook contains questions, quotes, cartoons and discussion ideas for a serious consideration of the Christian message and its implications for how we live our lives. For years 8–10.
There are so many ‘big questions’ in life — mostly about life itself, death, relationships, suffering and despair, forgiveness, meaning, religion and God. Your Sneaking Suspicions? prompts students to tackle such topics and draws on key biblical passages as well as John Dickson’s best-selling book to help them along the way. For years 8–10.