4 Years Later: Thank you!

4 years later

I can’t believe it’s been 4 years since we started blogging at Youth Apologetics Network and producing books here at Picture Book Apologetics! That’s crazy talk, since it feels like it can’t have been more than a year? Then again, in those 4 years, we’ve posted 70 blogs, started up Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram accounts, and produced 5 children’s books (9 if you count the translated versions, and 11 if you count the 2 that will drop before the end of this year!). Not to mention the 2 children that have joined our family during that time. I suppose it really HAS been 4 years. Continue reading

What’s Inside? Chameleon’s Can of Worms

Picture Book Apologetics with James & Ruth:
Relativism and Absolute Truth

Chameleon’s Can of Worms invites readers to go fishing with James and Ruth as they meet a chameleon that challenges their understanding of truth and right and wrong. James and Ruth learn to think carefully about what they believe and why they believe it as their mother teaches them how to think well about absolute truth and relativism. In a world of “true for you, but not for me” this is a perfect conversation starter for families.

This isn’t like other children’s books; it presents a deep apologetics topic at a basic, introductory level. Before you can build a house, you need a foundation, and this book are your tool to begin doing so. Chameleon’s Can of Worms presents the case for absolute truth and demonstrates, simply, why relativism fails. There is a section for adults with further resources as well as suggested activities to help kids retain and understand the concept. Continue reading

What’s Inside? Pig and the Accidental Oink! 

Pig and the Accidental Oink!

Picture Book Apologetics with James & Ruth:
Featuring the Kalam Cosmological Argument

Pig and the Accidental Oink! is the book that started it all. The initial book of Picture Book Apologetics was funded with Kickstarter on August 30, 2013, and since its publication has been followed by 4 more published titles and 2 nearing completion. Continue reading

Resurrection Chat: Minimal Facts with Kids

I saw Reese’s Peanut Butter eggs on the supermarket shelf this week, and it can mean only one thing: Easter approaches! Granted, its approach is heralded really early this year, but it’s never too early to discuss the resurrection of Jesus with our kids. Fortunately, the “Minimal Facts” approach is a fantastic starting point for addressing objections to the resurrection, and it can be easily adapted for explaining to kiddos.

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Now on Instagram: Let’s share life together!

drawing the coloring page

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Book Giveaway: Fox and the Hard Day

It’s nearly here! Fox and the Hard Day: Responding to the Problem of Evil is set to release on October 24.

In the meantime, check out the book trailer video below and don’t forget to enter our raffle for

1 Fox and the Hard Day paperback book!

How fun is that? We can’t wait!

The giveaway has ended! Congratulations to Heather, you’re getting a free copy of Fox and the Hard Day in the mail!

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