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Bo Bennett gives a good intro to conflicts which a biblical faith is sure to cause to arise in an American mind. The one thing I wish he had a little more of was mention of logical fallacies, though he covered the elementary considerations of these. This might have been perfect if he could have avoided at least half to two-thirds of his mentions of "magic" in place of milder words (IDK, maybe "so-called miracles" -heck, he could have invented a word).
I do agree that teaching children about hell is walking a dangerous line, but may be required in getting some children to behave.
He also could have meandered onto the rabbit trail of the importance of Christians and humanists of a more secular variety forging mutual understandings and friendships based on shared rights in potentially threatened cultures of imbalanced, alleged "tolerance" and changing (dangerous) prerogatives.
Also, if he knew about the success of cohesion which humanists achieve and the success of cohesion which Christians achieve, he might have come out and plainly stated it.
For what it was, focused on someone who is a cultural Christian or a cultural Catholic, even somewhat to a true believer (or hard-liner, if you prefer) this book met it's goals with a minimum of side-lining.
A solid 4☆s for a basically level delivery.