My Review of The Deceived and a Guide for Teens and Parents
This weekend, I read a novel that might rub some parents the wrong way. Why? It was written for teens, from the perspective of a Christian teen who ends up getting tangled up in drugs and alcohol. And it doesn’t immediately resolve with confession and repentance, either. There’s a lot of mature content in this book. Drugs, alcohol, sexual references (nothing explicit). Cuss words don’t show up on the printed page, but the protagonist cusses frequently. And this is a “good” Christian kid who grew up in a Christian home, goes to church and youth group. But even if makes you cringe, here’s why your teen might need to read this book.
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