Answers for Kids by Ken Ham {Review}

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Answers for Kids by Ken Ham {Review}Creation and the Fall by Ken Ham, Cindy Malott
Series: The Answers Book for Kids #1

Also by this author: Dinosaurs for Kids, A Is for Adam: The Gospel from Genesis, Big Book of History
ISBN: 0890515263
Genres: Juvenile Non-Fiction
Published by Master Books on July 30th 2008
Pages: 48
Format: Hardcover
Source: Publicist
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The Answers Book for Kids is a two volume set, broken down by topic and written for children ages 6-12.The volumes answer 44 questions and are written in a friendly and readable style. Topics include God and the Bible, Creation and the Fall, Dinosaurs and the Flood, Sin, Salvation, and the Christian Life.

The story of Creation and the Garden of Eden are familiar ones. But they also present a wonderful opportunity to share important biblical truths with eagerly questioning minds through answers that even the youngest believer can understand. Look inside to learn:

How did God create everything from nothing?
Why was the first person that God created a boy?
Why did God have Adam name the animals?
The serpent talked to Eve, so why can?t snakes talk today?
Kids are never short of questions?and now there are answers to some of their most difficult ones regarding the Bible and faith! The new Answers Book for Kids series is a unique collection from Ken Ham and the creative team at Answers in Genesis.

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Read on July 16, 2011 — I own a copy

What a neat way to conversation-start and interact with the inquisitive mind of a 6-12 year old child. Answering world old questions with honesty and scriptural reference. I would love to see the whole series of Answers for Kids.

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About Ken Ham

Dr. Ken Ham is the president of Answers in Genesis USA and is a well-known speaker and author on the subject of Young-Earth Creationism. He received a bachelor degree in applied science (emphasis on environmental biology) from the Queensland Institute of Technology, and a Diploma of Education from the University of Queensland. He has also received two honorary doctorates: a Doctor of Divinity from Temple Baptist College, and a Doctor of Literature from Baptist Liberty University.

He was a director of Creation Science Foundation (CSF) in Australia, an organization which he jointly founded with John Mackay. In 1987 he moved to the United States, still maintaining his links with CSF.

From 1987 to 1993, Ham worked for the Institute for Creation Research, and in 1994 set up what in 1995 became Answers in Genesis (AiG), a creation ministry dedicated to “upholding the authority of the Bible from the very first verse.”

In 2008 Ham was described by well known atheist and evolutionary biologist PZ Myers as a “Wackaloon” for carrying out a prayer session with members of the Pentagon. Ham responded regarding the validity of that prayer breakfastand that PZ Myers and other critics were intolerant of his position.

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  • I’m using the Answers for Kids Bible Curriculum (combo of these two books) for my daughter this year.

    • I’ve been looking at the Answers for Preschoolers.. I’m not sure yet.