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Case for Faith for Kids, Updated and Expanded - eBook
Zonderkidz / 2010 / ePub
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Lee Strobel's bestselling book on faith is adapted for a new generation with answers to questions even adults struggle with like: Why does God allow bad things to happen? Can you have doubts and still be a Christian?
Here's a book written in kid-friendly language that gives you all the answers. Packed full of well-researched, reliable, and eye-opening investigations of some of the biggest questions you have, The Case for Faith for Kids is a must read for kids ready to explore and enrich their faith.
Lee Strobel was the award-winning legal editor of The Chicago Tribune and is the best-selling author of The Case for Faith, The Case for Christ, and The Case for a Creator. Visit Lee's website at: www.leestrobel.com. SPANISH BIO: Lee Strobel tiene una licenciatura en periodismo de la Universidad de Missouri y una maestria en estudio de leyes de la Universidad Yale. Fue el galardonado editor legal del periodico Chicago Tribune y esceptico espiritual hasta el ano 1981. Es autor de exitos de ventas del New York Times de casi veinte libros y ha sido entrevistado por numerosos programas nacionales de television, incluyendo 20/20 de la cadena ABC, Fox News y CNN. Cuatro de sus libros han ganado el premio Medalla de oro y uno de ellos fue el ganador del premio Libro cristiano del ano 2005 (el cual escribio junto a Garry Poole). Lee sirvio como pastor de ensenanza en las Iglesias Willow Creek y Saddleback. Ademas, contribuye como editor y columnista de la revista 'Outreach'. el y su esposa, Leslie, residen en Colorado. Para mas informacion, visite: www.leestrobel.com
In the kids version of his best-selling apologetics book, The Case for Faith, Lee Strobel deals with some tough issues in ways that are easy to understand. Geared toward the upper elementary and middle school crowd, The Case for Faith for Kids answers questions such as, Do all religions lead to God? and Why does God let bad things happen? It assures kids that its okay to have questions as a Christian, because seeking the truth will make their faith stronger. At the end, several fiction stories reinforce the main points and provide questions for discussion.
The motto of this book is found in Matthew 7:7-8: Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks, the door will be opened. The Case for Faith for Kids helps the reader understand that God wants Christians to seek truth and look for answers.
Strobel doesnt skimp on content just because hes writing to a younger audience. He uses research and interviews with experts to answer skeptics questions. The theology is simplified, and the questions, especially about suffering, arent as deeply explored as they are in his book for adults. That said, Strobel resists the temptation to give kids a quick, easy answer that explains everything.
Illustrations, interesting analogies, and suggestions for activities add to the kid-friendliness of the book. At times, the humor can be a bit corny, but even the silliest examples dont seem to be talking down to kids or making light of the tough issues. In fact, the entire book recognizes that kids have hard questions too, and they deserve answers that they can understand. This is great book for kids who want to know why they believe what they believe. Amy Green, www.ChristianBookPreviews.com
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