Case for _____for Kids
Almost everyone has heard of the popular "Case for..." books from Lee Strobel, a skeptic of Christianity - until he took the time to investigate the claims. His scientifically and philosophically based, readable books highlight the truth of Christianity, equip Christians to answer questions about their faith, and present non-Christians with valid reasons for believing. Now, Strobel and Rob Suggs have revised the books for young people who are at the age where they first begin to ask the tough questions that even adults struggle to answer. With real-life examples for defending Christianity, the books are written in a humorous, light-hearted way while still analyzing the evidence and building compelling cases using historical facts, up-to-date scientific research, and true stories. Each book is visually appealing with line illustrations, callouts to define terms and phrases, and sidebars to help explain complicated concepts. With kid-friendly language, the books provide solid information that will prepare kids to defend their faith and stand up to the skeptics they will face in their life. The books have different focuses, but each is about 90 pages long. The Case for Christ brings Jesus to life, addressing the miracles, ministry, family, and way of life of Jesus of Nazareth. The Case for a Creator uses science to strengthen kids' faith, demystifying the creation of the universe with scientific evidence. The Case for Faith explains the most abstract aspects of faith in ways kids understand. A great series with entertaining text and captivating truths. pb.