Elgin Hushbeck Reviews Rite of Passage

Rite of Passage for the Home and ChurchElgin Hushbeck has reviewed Rite of Passage for the Home and Church. Here’s a sample:

Thus Brown argues for a revolutionary course of action, but one that should be music to every believer’s ears: That we treat our teenagers following the biblical pattern. Most of the book is aimed at defending this view and then laying out its implications which are many. This is revolutionary when compared to the culture at large, a culture that allows young adults to drift through their teen years with few expectations and no clear line of adulthood. The current view is neither biblical, nor even very old, only a 100 years or so. As you read through Brown’s book, the individual parts are not really very new or very revolutionary, except that they are rarely pulled together and applied to, or expected of, teens.

Read his complete review.

(Elgin Hushbeck, Jr. is author of Energion titles Evidence for the Bible, Christianity and Secularism, and Preserving Democracy. He blogs at Consider Christianity and Politics and Religion.)

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