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The Biggest Story: How the Snake Crusher Brings Us Back to the Garden (edição: 2015)

de Kevin DeYoung (Autor)

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Featuring chapters that are short enough to be read in one sitting, this illustrated Bible story book imaginatively retells the biblical narrative in one continuous story, helping kids connect the dots from Genesis to Revelation.
Membro:Grieger
Título:The Biggest Story: How the Snake Crusher Brings Us Back to the Garden
Autores:Kevin DeYoung (Autor)
Informação:Crossway (2015), Edition: Illustrated, 132 pages
Coleções:Childrens - Christian, Sua biblioteca
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The kids enjoyed this book. As we got farther in it, they wanted me to keep reading after each chapter as I did as well. I especially loved the second half and ending of it. We enjoyed it!
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  Sparrowgirl | Dec 21, 2019 |
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  SVPGMBCLibrary | Jun 9, 2018 |
This book has incredible illustrations - a great book for Christian parents to share with their children. I'll admit, I'm not the audience for this book but I read the whole thing simply because of the artwork. Well done. ( )
  michelleannlib | Jul 25, 2017 |
[T]he Bible is more than a collection of individual stories with heroes to imitate or villains to avoid imitating. It is one big story comprised of all the smaller stories. It’s the story of God’s work of creation; humankind’s fall, bringing with it the corruption of everything; and God’s work to make it all right again.

Do your children know this story, the biggest one? Do they understand how the stories of the Old and New Testament fit together into a grand narrative of a “snake-crushing King” and “destined-to-die Deliverer” who will bring us back to the garden?

Kevin DeYoung’s purpose for writing this book is to give children the whole picture, the one that connects “the dots from the garden of Eden to Christ’s death on the cross to the new heavens and new earth.” This book started as a Christmas sermon for the families in his church, a sermon written to read like a book. Now, in the Biggest Story, DeYoung's text has been joined with the rich illustrations of Don Clark, illustrations even more evocative (if possible) than the text.
  rbclibrary | Nov 28, 2015 |
I read this book in exchange for honest review. The book's premise is that Adam and Eve led a terrific life before the fall. They were the only two people on Earth. They talked with God. They took care of the animals. The couple lived in a perfect paradise until they partook of the Tree of Good and Evil. Then, they was removed from the garden.

The book also discusses how God was not happy with the world, so he destroyed it with a flood. Noah became the new Adam and his family became the first residents of the new Earth. Sin was still present though in the new Earth. Other topics include the Tower of Babel; The Story of Abraham; The Story of Jacob and his sons Judah and Joseph; and The Story of Moses. The journey to the promised land was an interesting one with so many twists and turns, but one of the descendants was set to defeat the snake. ( )
  staciewyatt | Sep 16, 2015 |
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