Author: Melissa Cain Travis
Age range: Preschool/ Early Elementary
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Thomas and his father escape to their backyard tree house most evenings to watch the night sky through a telescope. Thomas is dazzled by what he sees of God’s creation, but he has questions. ‘Dad, how do we know God is out there?’ he asks one night. ‘I know the Bible says He’s there. But how do we really know that’s true?’ Together, Thomas and his father begin to examine the cosmological evidence for God’s existence. Read this aloud with your family, and you’ll come away knowing that ‘the heavens declare the glory of God and the skies proclaim the work of his hands’ (Psalm 19:1).
I’m not kidding when I say I’ve been looking for an author for years who could teach children why it is reasonable to believe biblical truths. Melissa Travis is that author. Her books get the facts about God right and present them in whimsical ways that will stick with your kids. Every Christian family with young children should own a set of these–and read them often!Craig J. Hazen, PhDAuthor of Five Sacred Crossings
Entertaining, warm, and thought-provoking all at the same time. A great story for dads to read to their sons!William Lane Craig, PhDResearch Professor of TheologyTalbot School of TheologyAuthor of Reasonable Faith: Christian Truth and Apologetics