From the Book Back
Kids ask the most amazing questions about the Bible, don’t they?
Did the Israelites have lawyers and courts for their judges?
Were prophets the people in Bible days who made lots of money?
How did Paul send letters to churches if they didn’t have mail boxes?
Don’t be caught off guard by these interesting challenges. Arm yourself before your kids grow up … or at least before Sunday school starts. This book contains thoughtful answers to the above and related questions children often ask about the Bible. Inside you’ll find:
• 102 questions (asked by real children)
• Other related questions (also asked by developing; inquiring minds)
• Key verses from the Simplified Living Bible
• Related verses
• Notes to parents, where appropriate
102 Question Children Ask About the Bible by David R. Veerman, James C. Galvin, James C. Wilhoit, Daryl J. Lucas, and Richard Osborne. From the 6th printing by Tyndale House Publishers in 1996. This paperback book measures about 8-1/4″ x 5-1/4″ x 5/8″. The ISBN is 0-8423-4570-1.
See photo above. In very good condition for age with lighter handling/storage on the covers. The spine has not been opened/creased. The pages are toning naturally from age and have some corner storage. No names or other markings noted. Stored in and shipped from clean, smoke-free home.
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