Sticking Up For What is Right
1. Aren't "Right" And "Wrong" Really Up To The Individual?^2. Why Should I Live A Moral Life In Such An Immoral World?^3. How Can I Live A Moral Life In Such An Immoral World?^4. Exactly How Honest Am I Supposed...
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1. Aren't "Right" And "Wrong" Really Up To The Individual?^2. Why Should I Live A Moral Life In Such An Immoral World?^3. How Can I Live A Moral Life In Such An Immoral World?^4. Exactly How Honest Am I Supposed To Be?^5. What About Sex? How Far Is Too Far?^6. Isn't Homosexuality A Valid Lifestyle Alternative?^7. What's The Big Deal About Abortion? Isn't It A Woman's Right To Decide What To Do With Her Own Body?^8. Can't I Just See For Myself What's Wrong With Drugs And Alcohol? I Won't Become Addicted!^9. Why Are You So Concerned About Our Music, Modems, And The Media? It's Only Entertainment!^10. What If I've Already Blown It?^160 Pages
You've heard that before, right? But it's not just a catchy slogan from fast-talking celebrities and cool classmates. It's a life-changing guideline -- important advice that'll build or bash your life. But what is the right thing? If you really want to know, this book will help. It asks tough questions like "With sex, how far is too far?" or "How honest am I supposed to be?" or "What's the big deal about drugs and drinking?" And better yet, it offers answers that make sense. Not solutions that morph with the day, but foundational truths that have stood the test of time. So go ahead. Dig into these pages. You'll find good reasons to do the right thing, and feel right about it! Book jacket.
Accessible to both parents and teens, "Sticking Up for What Is Right" answers common questions that teens ask about moral issues. It presents biblical truths in a simple, honest, and sometimes humorous way.
Diaz is a writer and speaker who combines a passion for teaching Biblical truths with her experiences as a missionary kid, medical worker, and mother.