Monday, July 12, 2010

Case for a Creator for Kids

CaseForACreator Case For A Creator For Kids
Written by Lee Strobel
Published at ZonderKids

About the book

Answers questions about creation that even adults struggle to answer. You meet skeptics every day. They ask questions like: Are your science teachers wrong? Is the Big Bang theory true? Did God create the universe?

Here’s a book written in kid-friendly language that gives you all the answers. Packed full of well-researched, reliable, and eye-opening investigations of some of the biggest questions, The Case for the Creator for Kids uses up-to-date scientific research to strengthen your faith in God’s creation.

Who is Lee Strobel?

Lee Strobel (, with a journalism degree from the University of Missouri and a Master of Studies in Law degree from Yale Law School, was the award-winning legal editor of the Chicago Tribune and a spiritual skeptic until 1981. His books include four Gold Medallion winners and the 2005 Christian Book of the Year (coauthored with Garry Poole). He and his wife live in Colorado.

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My Thoughts

Creation is all around us.   And I want to make sure my kids know where it all came from – the Creator, i.e. God himself.

This wonderful book will bring the child through a thinking process and present all the objections as well as the evidence of a creator.  The examples are interesting and funny.   How could you explain the appearance of an elephant on the top of a house is one of these examples.   The child will also be introduce to a variety of science terminology like cosmologist, photons, Big Bang, the Kalam argument, DNA and much more.

The explanation of Lee Strobel are simple to understand and easy to digest.    While reading this book, the child will also come upon questions to help his thinking process and guide him to come to a conclusion by himselft/herself.

This new updated and expanded edition contains also a section titled Off My Case which brings four short stories of everyday kids in everyday situations to demonstrate to the reader that everyday he/she can have the opportunity to present the case for a creator.  While reading these stories, I realized that even if the person you are talking to don’t receive it, at least a seed has been planted in their mind. 

If your kids wants to know more about the creator, I would suggest that you get this book.  

This review was possible because I received a copy of Case for a Creator for Kids from ZonderKids.

Case for a Creator for Kids is available everywhere even at

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