-- The success of the entire God's Little Instruction Book and Chicken Soup series clearly shows a need/desire among people of all ages to find a way to handle and understand both the everyday and extraordinary crises of life.
-- The decades-long success of Rabbi Harold S. Kushner's When Bad Things Happen To Good People spoke clearly and movingly to readers of all faiths, tackling tough questions with sometimes painful answers; Life's Big Questions is such a book.
Young people -- from teens to twenty somethings -- are searching for the answers to life's most pressing concerns -- from "Who am I, really?" to "What's the point?" to "When will I stop being so afraid?" and "Why me?"--and what better place to look for the answers than the Old and New Testaments? Here, at last, is a book to help readers find their personal answers, whether they are Christian or Jewish, whether they have already found faith or are still searching.
|Paperback Book, 304 pages||English|
|Alpha Books (Unknown)||Unknown|
|9780028643021||5.49 x 8.20 x 0.82 inches|