What books reflecting the Reformed world-and-life view might you recommend for teens? Specifically, a teen who might not have the opportunity to attend a Christian day school, or might attend a Christian school outside of the Reformed tradition. They could be on a wide range of topics--theology, history, literature, science, philosophy, modern culture, vocation and calling, etc. Make it as broad a list as you can! I'll start with two: The Fabric of Faithfulness (Steve Garber) and Letters to a Young Calvinist (James K.A. Smith).
What Books Reflecting the Reformed World-And-Life View Might You Recommend for Teens?
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