Search

Search this blog



View Comments

Comments:


5 thoughts on “Teaching Kids about the Reality and Historicity of the Resurrection”

  1. I saw this book at B&N. Very impressive. While each of the arguments are not in-depth (again, for junior high kids and up), I believe it is enough of a taste to whet the appetite and encourages anybody to study deeper into the arguments against the historical resurrection of Christ.

  2. This one arrived in the mail a couple days ago and already the kids are intrigued. All the flaps and fold-outs are great! It reminds me a little or Laura Welch’s “Dragons–Legends and Lore of Dinosaurs”

  3. Here’s the presup in me. Remember that our kids, because they are sinners, do not WANT the resurrection to be true. They want to rule their own lives, rather than be ruled by a risen Lord.

Comments are closed.

Search this blog


About


Justin Taylor photo

Justin Taylor, PhD


Justin Taylor is executive vice president of book publishing and book publisher for Crossway and blogs at Between Two Worlds. You can follow him on Twitter.

Justin Taylor's Books