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Continuing our conversation from last week with HBU MA Apologetics grad student, Elizabeth Kendrex, we begin with suggestions of some YA literature you should not read and some that you should. Then we move into how book reviews and cultural apologetics go hand in hand.
Dr. Reynolds also shares the one factor he has consistently seen, in all his years of being an educator, that all great students have in common.
Featuring: Dr. John Mark Reynolds, Dr. Holly Ordway, Elizabeth Kendrex
The City Podcast. Smart. Sane. Spiritual.
Mentioned in this podcast:
- Slate says you should be embarrassed to read books written for children.
- The Washington Post says you shouldn’t.
- Christianity Today finds an even deeper meaning in YA literature.
- Leafs Reviews
- Leaf by Niggle
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