The Trinity: Big Thoughts for Little Thinkers

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New Leaf Publishing Group, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 26 pages
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The Big Thoughts for Little Thinkers series introduces children ages for to eight to the fundamental teachings about God based on the Bible. The most foundational teachings of the Christian faith are presented in this four-book set at a level preschool and elementary children can understand. Colorful illustrations compliment every page of orthodox Christian doctrine, creating an enjoyable learning experience for the child. In contrast to self-centered theology and watered-down Bible storybooks, the Big Thoughts for Little Thinkers series promotes God-centered theology with simple and precise teaching while offering stability and a strong, lasting connection with the faith.
  

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Great Book Series

User Review  - Daddy of 3 and Counting - Christianbook.com

We are all busy. This series helps me to sit down with my kids read to them and expose them to great aspects of the gospel. As they grow older, the verses on the bottom of the pages will provide further areas to dive into the Word! Great set of books! Read full review

Makes Trinity Easy to Discuss

User Review  - tina - Christianbook.com

I found the book to be simple and easy for my kids to understand. It has given my kids an understand of Trinity that they never had before. The pictures are very cute. I really like the books. Read full review

About the author (2005)

Joey Allen is a missionary and artist who desires to see people all over the world worship God for who He truly is. Joey has traveled to Bangladesh, China, India, the Philippines, and Russia to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Georgia and was awarded the Cliff Chandler Graphic Design Scholarship. He is currently working on a Master of Theology degree from Dallas Theological Seminary.

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