Volume 3: 22 Questions from Kids about God and the Bible Questions answered are:* I don't know if I believe in God, because, I mean, who made Him anyway?* What does God look like?* Where is God? Why can't I see Him?* How big is God?* How does God get His power? Where does He get it from?* Does God laugh?* How does God know something before it happens?* How could God be JesVolume 3: 22 Questions from Kids about God and the Bible Questions answered are:* I don't know if I believe in God, because, I mean, who made Him anyway?* What does God look like?* Where is God? Why can't I see Him?* How big is God?* How does God get His power? Where does He get it from?* Does God laugh?* How does God know something before it happens?* How could God be Jesus and Jesus be God? How can they be the same, but different?* Is the Holy Spirit even with God?* Why can't I hear God talking to me?* How do we know that God really answers prayers? Couldn't it be just a coincidence?* Why did God create sin?* In the Bible, God is a God of second chances. God gives us a second chance when we sin. So, why didn't God give Adam and Eve a second chance in the Garden of Eden even though they sinned?* Why did God allow the Israelites to kill people?* Why did God create us?* How did the authors of the Bible know what all God did during the creation, since there was no one to see what He did. How do we know what really happened?* Where did the Bible come from?* How did God communicate with Moses?* Just why is the Bible true? I do believe it, but I just don't understand why it's true?* Why is it that I whenever I mention anything about the Bible in school I get into trouble?* Why don't we see miracles like they used to in the Bible?* Why do people believe different things?The Answers Book for Kids is a four volume set, broken down by topic and written for children ages 6-12. Each volume features answers to 22 questions in a friendly and readable style. Each answer features a two page spread with colorful, active photographs of children and the full text of a Bible verse pertinent to the answer. Many questions have Bible references for additional study listed below the answer....
|Title||:||God and the Bible|
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God and the Bible Reviews
This is a tale of two books.Some questions in this book, such as the first one: "I don't know if I believe in God, I mean, who made God anyway?", are antagonistic. These questions are illustrated with older children in hostile/ aggressive poses oozing attitude. I didn't appreciate the tone or illustrations of children in need of an attitude adjustment. The questions themselves could have been asked in a different manner that would have engaged the substantial aspects of these inquiries without the expression of rebellion. Other questions are whimsical expressions of childhood curiosity, such as "How big is God?" and are illustrated with bright-eyed, inquisitive children. While it is true that much of our theological foundation stems from the Genesis account, this book is best when dealing with questions more directly related to Genesis. While some of the questions are cute, and all of them are pretty engaging, there are so many other resources to deal with other inquiries.I am extremely pleased with the first two installments of this series. They make a unique contribution to our thinking and are focused on the specific questions that arise from a study of Genesis. However, I could have passed on the last two, including this one. But, since we have it, I will keep it and use it, though not as intentionally as the first two.