Help Teens Study and Share The Screwtape Letters!
For over 70 years, teenagers have loved reading The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis but have struggled to completely understand and share what they read. Today, The Screwtape Letters Study Guide for Teens makes it easy for teens to not only read the book, but to study and share this iconic classic with their friends.
The Screwtape Letters is a brilliant and satirical look at spiritual warfare and the dynamics of temptation. Screwtape, a senior demon in the bureaucracy of Hell, writes letters to his incompetent nephew Wormwood, a junior devil. The younger demon's assignment is to corrupt a young man living in London during the tumultuous days of World War II.
Using Scripture references, discussion questions, and relatable stories, The Screwtape Letters Study Guide for Teens takes teens on a journey through each of the book's thirty-one letters demonstrating the Christian struggle with morality, temptation, and good and evil providing them with the solution found in the grace, love, and power of God.
Detailed character sketches and an easy-to-read book summary provide deep insights into each character and letter of the book. To help with those more difficult discussion questions, a complete Answer Guide and Scripture Reference Guide is available for free online. This complete Bible study experience is perfect for youth groups, homeschool groups, and independent Bible study.
The Screwtape Letters Study Guide for Teens includes:
- Daily Bible studies that take no more than 20 minutes
- Easy-to-read workbook with questions relatable to teenagers
- Complete character sketches and summaries to go deeper
- Answer Guide to all questions and Scripture Reference Guide available for free online
- Perfect for all teenagers
- Available in print or e-book formats
Even today, a version of Screwtape is carefully targeting teenagers, providing a host of temptations to take their minds away from God. The Screwtape Letters Study Guide for Teens is the perfect tool to help teens avoid those pitfalls by recognizing the enemy's subtle attacks on their faith.