“Again and again and again, the issues that repeatedly came up were a lot of issues related to sex,” he said. highly suggestive, highly sexual media messages every day.” Stated Conant: “These issues are out there, and we need to make sure teens have a biblical view of sexuality.
The “True Images” Bible, published by Zondervan, promises on its dustcover to “strengthen your relationship with God, family, friends and guys.” While the book includes the entire text of the New International Version of the Bible, it’s the “over 1,000 relevant and compelling notes and articles” that have critics upset.
The “In Focus” profiles are peppered throughout the text of the Bible and deal with subjects like sex, pregnancy, alcoholism, dating, homosexuality, depression, pornography and flirting. It’s like he’s got this secret life.” The feature then advises girls in Lorraine’s situation to “talk with a trusted Christian adult about the issue.
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It made me realize that God does understand what a girl has to go through with everybody – parents, siblings, friends, acquaintances, boyfriends and temptations.” Another teen girl stated: “I truly believe that God has blessed me with this Bible to get a better understanding about dating and flirting and about me and my body, and I thank you for making the Bible that way, in that kind of style.” Assaulting purity Mc Donald said she doesn’t believe Zondervan’s contention that “virtually every” teen girls is aware of and concerned about the matters discussed in the “True Images” Bible.