Did Jesus Have a Last Name?
This long-awaited sequel to the best-selling Did Adam & Eve Have Belly Buttons? utilizes the same easy-to-read, question-and-answer format that has proven successful in capturing the hearts and minds of Catholic teenagers. With 200 actual questions from teens, Did Jesus Have a Last Name? offers clear and concise answers to some of the most challenging questions about the Church and its teachings.
Here, teens will encounter clear answers to questions such as: * How can we believe in a God we cannot see? * Is the Catholic faith the only true religion? * Did the miracles in the Bible really happen? * Why are we punished by Adam and Eve’s sin? Though written for teens, this book is perfect for Catholics and non-Catholics of all ages who want to learn more about the Catholic faith. Authors Matthew Pinto and Jason Evert have a gift for providing clear, theologically precise explanations in contemporary language, drawing on examples from everyday experience.
Submitted on 06-25-2012 Marie Morrison
Fun book to share with teenagers. Keeps the 16 year old wanting to know the answer to another question in the book, responding to what is written. Great to keep them interested in our religion!
Submitted on 06-25-2012 Anonymous
This sequel to Did Adam and Eve Have Belly Buttons is another great resource to have when answering childrens' and teens' questions about God, Catholic beliefs, etc. I’ve even learned a few things. Our MOMS Ministry at church has enjoyed the questions and answers. Answers are written to be easy to read and understand.
Submitted on 06-25-2012 John A. Perez
This book discusses in simple language some of the most basic questions of being human. It deals with these questions in a logical progression. The questions are those that everyone has asked at one time or another. It is a must read for anyone with these basic questions in life.
Submitted on 12-04-2007 Dan Hannon
These 2 theologians provide great, in-depth answers to some common, crucial questions about the Catholic faith. This is an awesome book for anyone who wants to learn more about the basics of Catholicism—not just teenagers. I would really recommend this book. God bless!