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USA Today and Christian Children’s Books

December 11th, 2007
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Yes, you read that title correctly. Today, USA Today has posted an article about Christian children’s books and much to my delight the reporter really "got it." The thrust of the article is how many Christian parents are now looking for books that do not treat the Bible as a collection of "rules" or Aesop Fables or Mother Goose stories. And if you read the article you’ll notice a certain blogger whom you might know was interviewed for the story. He did not quite say things precisely as reported. He did not say a certain Lutheran publishing company was not interested in being innovative; rather, he said we are not interested in trying to make the Bible teach or say what it does not teach or say. But, well, overall I was very impressed by the piece and by the good job the reporter did. She told me (ok, yes, I was interviewed) that she loved the CPH Arch Book, "The Fall Into Sin." Why? "Because you guys really just tell it like it is!" She went on to say, "And I notice that no matter what Bible story you are telling you always end up coming back to talk about Jesus!" Yes!! I quoted to her what the Gospel of John says, which we understand to apply to the Bible, "These things are written, that you may believe, that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name."

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  1. December 11th, 2007 at 21:27 | #1

    I really like most of the Arch series. My 3.5 year old and I read them all the time, among other books, before bed.
    Oh, and the opening rhyme in the Arch Book title on the Ten Commandments should be a nice 101 level aid for those with an aversion to sanctification ;-)

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