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Apologetic Resources for Kids
by Daryl E. Witmer
Christian apologetics isn’t just for theologians, educators, or adults. What follows here is a compilation of apologetic resources for youth (toddler to teen), all of which have been acquired and reviewed for our AIIA Resource Library. This listing should prove helpful to parents, church leaders, Sunday School staff, homeschoolers, and Christian educators. AIIA does not necessarily endorse every detail of every response by every one of these resources, but we do recommend them all on the whole. Our comments follow the listing. Call us for more info.
Who Made God? and Other Things We Wonder About, by Larry Libby, ©2002 ZonderKidz. Designed for toddlers. Great artwork.
Fact or Fantasy?, paperback classic by David Walters; ©1991 Good News Fellow-ship Ministries; ISBN 0962955906
Big Truths for Little Kids: Teaching Your Children to Live for God, by Susan & Richie Hunt, ©1999 Crossway Books
The Big Book of Questions & Answers: A family guide to the Christian faith, by Sinclair B. Ferguson, ©1997 Christian Focus
Rediscovering Catechism: The Art of Equipping Covenant Children, by Donald Van Dyken, ©2000 P&R Publishing
101 Questions Children Ask About God, by David R. Veermen et al, ©1992 Tyndale; this book is part of a series; other topics include Our World, Prayer, Bible, Right from Wrong.
The Case for Christ – Student Edition, by Lee Strobel, ©2001 Zondervan
Answers to Your Kids’ Questions. Answers to 100 questions teens ask about God, science, morality, and other worldview issues, by Chuck Colson, ©2000 Tyndale.
Jesus Among Other Gods: Youth Edition, R. Zacharias, ©2000 Word
TruthQuest Living Loud: Defending Your Faith, by Norman Geisler & Joseph Holden, ©2002 Broadman & Holman
Evidence, Answers, & Christian Faith: Probing the Headlines That Impact Your Family, by Jimmy Williams, ©2002 Kregel Books. Well presented.
BOOKS & VIDEO SETS
My Truth, Your Truth, Whose Truth? Discovering Absolutes in a Relative World, by Randy Petersen, distributed by Focus, ©2000 Tyndale; 1-800-A-FAMILY. Especially for teens.
Don’t Check Your Brains at the Door (Book & Video set for High Schoolers), by Josh McDowell, ©1992 Word. Time-tested and effective. Includes interactive exercises.
THEME PARKS or MUSEUMS
Dinosaur Adventure Land
Answers in Genesis
Kid Explorers web site – part of the Christian Answers Network.
THINK & BELIEVE is a science-related newsletter for young kids, published and distributed by the Alpha Omega Institute (AOI) at PO Box 4343 Grand Junction CO 81502. You can call AOI at 970-523-9943.