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  • Item #: 063651
    ISBN: 9780764211874
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    Here is accessible, practical help for parents discussing tough topics with their kids: death, Satan and hell, divorce, difficult Bible stories, sexual sin, natural disasters, and why people fight or kill. Each chapter follows the same path. First, through Scripture, metaphor, and life stories, the authors help you as a parent flesh out each topic so that you have a solid grasp before explaining it to your child. Then comes sample discussions, presented in child-friendly ways, for responding to a child ages 5-10 or a child ages 11 and up. The authors stress that these are sample conversations only and not scripts. The focus is to then tailor your response to your style and your child’s needs and questions. Finally, each chapter ends with “In a Nutshell,” which summarizes the truths presented in each chapter. The authors take a walk-along-side approach with parents as they present truths from Scripture on each of these difficult topics. I so appreciate the simple depth of wisdom and grace this mother/daughter team use. The focus of each chapter is to see that God is the answer for the consequences of sin in the world and that effectively conveying this truth is ultimately dependent on the work of the Holy Spirit. Written by the authors of Give Them Grace (#052046). Includes a recommended resource list for further study. 5.5” x 8.5”, 173 pp, sc. ~ Ruth

  • Item #: 003945
    ISBN: 9780439199964
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    Young Nikolai greatly desires to be a good person. Believing the keys to doing so are found in knowing the answers to three questions, he goes on a mission to find answers. His questions are simple, yet profound: When is the best time to do things? Who is the most important one? What is the right thing to do? His friends seek to answer his questions, but their responses don’t seem quite right to Nikolai. Hiking up the mountain to talk with Leo, an elderly turtle, he finds the answers he seeks, just not in the way he expected. Based on the short story, Three Questions by Leo Tolstoy. A beautiful story about compassion and being attuned to the needs of others. Beautifully illustrated. Recommended in Lightning Literature grade 2. 32 pgs, hc. ~ Deanne

  • Item #: 065720
    ISBN: 9780830817740
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    Do you ever have difficulty answering some of those tough questions asked of Christians? How can God allow evil? Are miracles possible? Is Christianity the only true religion? This book was written as a resource to help you with answers for others and yourself. Over 400 pages of topics and conclusion, objections to the conclusion, and rebuttals. After the introduction, the second part addresses questions about the existence of God, Part 3 is God & Nature, Part 4 is God and Grace, Part 5 is God and Glory, and Part 6 summarizes with conclusions. This might not be the type of book you want to sit down and read cover to cover, but more of a reference book that allows you to go to information on specific topics. The book is written by professors of philosophy and religion so, as you might guess, many of the answers are answered from a philosophical perspective (I felt like I was back in my college philosophy classes) and true logic is employed. Written in defense of the Christian faith, the information would be super helpful to anyone who has questions or needs to answer these questions. We are all called to bear witness; that means we need to know how to answer the tough questions asked of us and defend the faith. ~ Donna

  • Item #: 060316
    ISBN: 9781101881750
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    If you don’t have the time or inclination to use the giant test prep book with 10 full length SAT practice exams (#060315), Princeton Review has made a test prep book just for you. Reflecting the changes made in the exam that will be used beginning March 2016, this book includes 500+ practice questions focused on the higher level math and critical reading skills tested. A chart shows changes in the new test compared with the previous SAT. Detailed explanations accompany the answers so you can get an idea where your weaknesses are and focus your studies in those areas. If you only have a short time to prepare, this book will give you a good idea what to expect on test day and can greatly reduce test anxiety. 262 pp, sc ~ Sara

  • Item #: 006384
    ISBN: 9780890515099
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    An all around guide to creation science, I was impressed with the wide variety of subjects the book touches on. Using a fairly common question to start off each chapter, it then delves into various subjects for detailed answers. For example, the book starts off with the question, "Is There Really a God?" It then talks about how order is always taken as a sign of a creator and how information can't really rise from non information. The questions range from such creation-related topics as the doom of dinosaurs, gap & ruin reconstruction theory, distant starlight, why Christians shouldn't accept billions of years, and hybrid theories. The questions are approached scientifically, biblically, and logically. Clear, relatively concise answers mean that this book is kind of a crash course in Intelligent Design. While there are books that deal specifically with fossils, or specifically with hybrid creation/evolution theories, this is an excellent book to get you in the loop with creation science. Written by Ken Ham and various creation scientists, it is 378 pgs, softcover. A revised and updated edition of the Answers Book. ~ Mark

  • Item #: 055904
    ISBN: 9781615382316
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    The excellent Exploring... series has gotten even better, thanks to the folks at Memoria Press. They have written accompaniments to most books in the series which include supplemental learning questions, unit reviews, unit tests, and a final exam. Most worksheets include a variety of question formats such as matching, vocabulary lists, multiple choice, true or false or short answer questions. Answers are found within the text. Softcover. Page counts vary. ~ Deanne

  • Item #: 037628
    ISBN: 9781426327704
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  • Item #: 043856
    ISBN: 9780890515372
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    The New Answers Book has been very popular for Christians who want to find quick, detailed, scientifically and biblically accurate answers to common questions about Creationism and Intelligent Design. This second book follows in its steps, answering 30 more questions dealing with Creation/Evolution and the Bible. These questions seem a bit more complex and culturally focused than those in the first book. Using Genesis and science as a basis, the book answers questions ranging from the origin of evil, if evolution fits with the Bible, how a Christian should respond to gay marriage, and if Creationists can believe in physics like relativity, quantum mechanics, and string theory. The book does a good job of showing how the "evolutionizing" of our culture is not just affecting science – it's affecting most aspects of our society. With 30 common questions answered in a concise, intelligent way by various experts in the Creationism field, this book covers an impressive variety of subjects linked to evolution. Edited by Ken Ham, 374 pgs, pb. ~ Rachel

  • Item #: 027845
    ISBN: 9780890515792
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    If you attend church on Sundays, chances are you don't believe in evolution but that God created the world in six literal days. However, if someone asked you what the Bible has to say about eugenics and the existence of God, or how human and chimp DNA could be so similar, would you have biblical answers? Ken Ham has compiled the work of such men as Dr. John Morris and Bodie Hodge into chapters that address issues ranging from evolution and what Noah's Ark must have looked like to the possibility of life coming from space, all from a strictly biblical perspective. Dr. Jason Lisle wrote a chapter in the book entitled "Is the Christian Worldview Logical?" and addresses the misconception of faith and the laws of logic, demonstrating how Christian presuppositions are true and secular presuppositions have circular reasoning. Each chapter is broken into short sections with illustrations and pictures spread throughout, making the information easy to absorb. All the information presented is reinforced by factual claims from a wide range of sources. This book will make for exciting reading that will not only educate but influence your thinking for years to come, and give you confidence when an evolutionist asks you one day, "How could the biblical account be true since the Grand Canyon must have been formed over millions of years?" 381 pgs, pb. – John

  • Item #: 012382
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  • Item #: 040722
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    Looking to refresh and upgrade your Power Pen flash cards? Check out these answer stickers! Containing 104 Correct stickers and 312 Incorrect stickers, this little package will add fresh life to the Power Pen cards you currently own. Use them to upgrade your current flash cards or create additional questions on your own index cards. Free your child to learn in a fun, interactive way! ~ Deanne

  • Item #: 050319
    ISBN: 9781600924279
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  • Item #: 011321
    ISBN: 9780761179788
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       Young children express their natural curiosity by asking an abundance of why questions: “Why is the sky blue?” “Why is the grass green” and the like are integral to understanding science. But what happens when our little prodigies feel too “grown-up” to display this natural curiosity? Do the abundance of questions just go-away? I don’t believe so and, thankfully, neither do the publishers of this well-done book!  

      Answering over 175 questions, this book contains a mix of “Why” and “How Come” questions from the 3 branches of Science: Physical, Life and Earth. The questions in this book were asked by real kids (and a few adults!) as part of Newsday’s How Come? newspaper column published throughout the world. Here is a sampling of questions answered in this book: Why do Wint-o-green life savers emit sparks when chewed in the dark? (Experiment suggestion included); How and Why does a chameleon change colors? Why do we get hiccups? Why does the wind whistle, howl and moan? and Why do cheerios clump together in a bowl? Questions are separated topically into chapters. Chapters include Tricks of Light and Sound; Unseen Forces, Invisible Particles; The Great Beyond; Home Planet; How’s the Weather?; Animal (and Plant World); and All about Me (and You). This would make an excellent resource for a living book family or resource to engage reluctant readers. Detailed index. Evolutionary content. 406 pgs. SC. ~ Deanne

  • Item #: 014249
    ISBN: 9780965651219
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    "We are no longer to be children, tossed here and there by waves, and carried about by every wind of doctrine, by the trickery of men, by craftiness in deceitful scheming: but speaking the truth in love." (Eph. 4:14). This powerful study from the Word of God guides the reader in developing an appropriate and accurate world view, and equips him to answer such vital questions as:

    Is there a God? If so, what is He like?

    What is the nature of the universe and its


    What is the essential nature of man?

    What is the basis of ethics and morality?

    What is the cause of evil and suffering?

    What happens to man at death?

    What is the meaning of history?

    Author David Quine (Let Us Highly Resolve) challenges Christians to thoroughly examine the Scriptures for the answers to these questions, and to use the Biblical world view as the standard for making personal decisions and evaluating the thoughts and ideas of others. ~ Rachel

  • Item #: 019504
    ISBN: 9781683441335
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    This boxed set includes a collection of 8 books that answer a total of 174 kid-submitted questions relating to God, His creation, the Bible, and more. Each book measures approximately 9" x 9", and includes 22 questions. The books are laid out in 2-page spreads, featuring a question from a real child, an in-depth answer, and a piece of Scripture as textual evidence.

    Books cover the Creation and the Fall (v 1); Dinosaurs & the Flood (v 2); God & the Bible (v 3); Sin, Salvation, the Christian Life (v 4); Space and Astronomy (v 5); Babel and the Ice Age (v 6); Evolution & ‘Millions of Years’ (v 7); and Satan & Angels (v 8). Questions range from “How does God know something before it happens?” to “Why did God create the Devil when He knew that he would turn against Him and people too?” Books all give kids answers to strengthen and defend their faith amidst earthly worldviews. 48 pgs each, hc. ~ Emily G

  • Item #: 007189
    ISBN: 9780736904261
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    Ready for some "quality time" with your daughter or daughters? This sweet book guides you through 6 different Bible study chapters consisting of a brief, preliminary lesson and some Bible study pages, plus several craft activities, plus ideas for a special tea party. The preliminary Bible lesson consists of a page of teaching and a verse for memorization. Then, each preliminary lesson is followed by a "Sharing Our Thoughts" page, which has great discussion questions about various life issues. The additional Bible study pages usually involve looking up some Scripture together and then having your daughter draw, write, or discuss her answers to questions pertaining to the Bible verses. After that, there's another page of thought-provoking questions, and then it's time for the crafts projects and preparing for a special tea party. Each chapter has a different kind of tea party: a formal tea, backyard garden tea, a moonlit night tea, school days tea, rainbow tea, teddy bear tea party. As the author suggests, you can always invite other moms and daughters to make one or more of these a group event! The book is full of many, many ideas for creating great memories together. 128 pgs, pb ~ Caryl

  • Item #: 070353
    ISBN: 9781940110332
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       The Answer Key and Teaching Notes provides answers to those exercises and questions that have an appropriately objective response (including reviews). This means there are answers when one correct answer is required and also where a set range of answers is acceptable. The Answer Key does not provide suggested answers for open-ended or creative writing assignments. In other instances, the student is given examples and samples to help gauge appropriate responses. Also included with the Answer Key are suggested daily schedules 32 weeks/four days a week

  • Item #: 031998
    ISBN: 9780899573564
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    Subtitled "the Unquenchable Thirst," this book's aim is to see if any religion can quench the universal thirst for answers to the conflict existing between human nature and moral law. This book explores a variety of questions which often leave even the most notorious of scholars baffled and perplexed. The key questions covered include: "Does God Exist?" "Do We Reap What We Sow?" and "Are We Bad to the Bone?" As the Christian authors Britton Weimer and Paul Johnson write, they use non-Christian thinkers and sources to show what their answers are to these tough questions. Then they look at what other religions offer as solutions to these moral dilemmas, with a special focus on good works and religious rituals. In the end, the authors present Christianity as a radical solution to quench the thirst for the answers to these universal questions. Of course, it is up to the reader to decide. This paperback book is a quick read and would be a great resource for anyone seeking answers to these deep, intellectual questions. This book may only be the start to your long search for answers; however, the authors list many books at the end of each chapter for you to reference if you want to continue your search. 110 pages. - elise
  • Item #: 043985
    ISBN: 9781414312972
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    Christian teenagers today face social issues that would have seemed absurd just a few generations ago. They are seen as ignorant and bigoted if they reject things like homosexuality, witchcraft, and abortion or embrace things like sexual purity and Creationism. Some of the issues are so new that many parents struggle to find biblically-based answers to questions their teenagers may be asking. This timely book gives clear, succinct answers to these common questions with biblical, scientific, and other data to back them up. If you're homeschooling your children, they may not be exposed to some of the issues/questions presented in this book, but in a world that is becoming increasingly more "new-age" (and is increasingly viewing Christianity as an intolerant, hypocritical, close-minded, archaic religion), parents need to be aware of what their kids are exposed to by society in general and be prepared to answer some tough questions. The book covers a wide range of topics including the origin of man, the existence of hell, modern science, the Bible, Jesus, homosexuality, oppression of women, the Crusades, sex, abortion, genetic engineering, divorce, public schools, work and careers, pornography, government, wars, Islam, Wicca, and much more. Questions like "What if people created God out of their own need to feel cared for? Shouldn't we be tolerant of what others believe? If people want to die, isn't it more merciful to let them commit suicide? Do Christians believe in the separation of church and state?" and "Don't Christians have a long history of persecuting Muslims?" are just a few of the contemporary questions that this book tries to answer. Some age-old questions like "Why does the universe exist?" and "Did God create evil?" are also covered. By relying on common sense and statistics as much as the Bible, this book gives straightforward answers that will prepare parents to talk to their children about these issues. 232 pgs, pb. ~ Rachel

  • Item #: 001041
    ISBN: 9781512171310
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    The Quiz and Answer Manual is designed for those who prefer their students take quizzes and surveys on paper rather than online. For group classes, the author recommends completing quizzes, etc., by following online links through the publisher's website (link included in texts). It contains all quizzes and answers for each literature book studied: Yes, I Read It quiz, Literary Terms quiz, and Opinion Surveys. Each quiz utilizes a form of multiple choice. Don't let the term "survey" make you think these are optional. These encourage students to apply what they've read to their own situation with multiple choice and also some written "response to literature" questions. Permission to copy for personal use. 8.5" x 11", 101 pp, sc. If you select the free Online Quiz option (for the Yes I read It and Literary Term quizzes and Opinion Surveys) answers are graded automatically. For each quiz, students will receive an emailed report including the questions with their original answers, the correct answers and their final quiz score. The online quizzing and online grading option is interesting. Many colleges incorporate some online course component, so this would be a way to introduce your homeschooler to this method without a costly investment.
  • Item #: 032507
    ISBN: 9781454906797
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  • Item #: 001403
    ISBN: 9781940110714
    Retail: $18.00
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      The Answer Key and Teaching Notes provides answers to those exercises and questions that have an appropriately objective response (including reviews). This means there are answers when one correct answer is required and also where a set range of answers is acceptable. The Answer Key does not provide suggested answers for open-ended or creative writing assignments. In other instances, the student is given examples and samples to help gauge appropriate responses. Also included with the Answer Key are suggested daily schedules 32 weeks/four days a week

  • Item #: 063689
    ISBN: 9780736960311
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    Ladies, if you give your husband one gift this year, I encourage you to give him a copy of this book. As a mom and wife, skimming the chapter titles and activities, I am inclined to sigh and think ‘but it is so obvious’. And maybe it is, if we are with our children 24/7, which is the lifestyle often given to us as homeschooling moms. But, not so our husbands. Our men frequently work outside the home and while they may have their fingers on the pulse of the home front, they are often not intrinsically involved in the daily emotions and experiences. Begin with a brief quiz to assess the current state of open communication between Dad and children. The book then introduces a three-part plan: entering your child’s world; earning the right to be heard and clarifying you own perspective before introducing the 10 conversations. Priority conversations include family; competition; creativity; big-picture thinking; work; money; laughter; love, sex and marriage; decision making and eternity. Each conversation is presented with clarity, and practical tips and helpful insights, related scripture and questions to get the conversation started. Dads will approach the non-threatening presentation, gentle coaching, fresh ideas and real life stories. Excellent for a men’s study group or for personal study. 185 pgs, sc. ~ Deanne

  • Item #: 056036
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    This game is more fun than some church services I've been to! This new game from a new publisher helps us learn about the Bible and contemporary Christian life in a variety of ways. Round 1 consists of trivia questions about the Bible, Christian music artists, and "What Would Church Folk Do?". Round 2 is the action round, with physical challenges that have players laughing, dancing, and singing. In Round 3, players must decide whether a phrase comes from the Bible or is just a common Christian expression. This game moves quickly, taking only 20-30 minutes. It may even be a good evangelism tool! 4 or more players.
  • Item #: 061963
    ISBN: 9780825429415
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    At just about any home school convention in the 1980’s or 1990’s, you would be able to attend a workshop or main session on creation vs. evolution, and more specifically, why young earth creation (the universe being something less than 10,000 years old) was the correct belief. The home school market has been dominated by young earth speakers and books. While there is evidence to support this view, a young earth is not the only possibility for a created universe. Indeed, in centuries gone by, theologians from the Christian church tended to believe in old earth creationism. This book gives us a broad overview of some of the aspects of the debate and looks at evidence presented by various factions during different eras, with their relative strengths and weaknesses. Not even the co-authors agree. Mark Rooker is a young-earth creationist, while Kenneth Keathley leans toward old earth creationism.

    Part of the debate hinges on looking at scientific evidence in light of biblical and religious understanding. The first few chapters of the book are devoted to summarizing the primary beliefs and theories that are held, both scientific and religious, ancient and modern, Christian and non-Christian. I liked a couple of points that the authors made here. In the Genesis account of creation, God states several times that His creation “was good,” with the summary statement in Gen. 1:31 of “it was very good.” Compare this to Eastern religions that consider the physical world to be an illusion, or that the physical world is something to avoid or escape from. The authors also make the point that whether a person comes down on the side of creation or evolution depends on his view of design vs. age; if one believes that the universe is well-designed, he tends to believe in creation, but if one believes that the universe is very old, he tends to believe in evolution.

    While the first part of the book lays out the basic beliefs, the rest of the book is divided into five parts that get into more specific issues. Part 2 delves more deeply into the creation account in Genesis 1 & 2. Part 3 discusses possible meanings of the days of creation. With that background, Part 4 delves into questions about the age of the earth and evidences for them. Next comes a section on the Fall and the Flood. The last section deals with evolution and intelligent design.

    I must say that parts of the book presented evidence that conflicted with my point of view. I believe this will be true no matter what your point of view may be, since the goal of the authors is to discuss the evidence for the various theories, not to promote any specific one. I applaud their ability to openly discuss evidence and to be honest about the fact that not all evidence supports any one theory. This reminded me of a presentation I attended some years ago by a woman who is an astrophysicist working for NASA on the Hubble Telescope project. She said of evolution/old earth creationism/new earth creationism debate that at one time or another, she had personally been in all three camps. This book will broaden your horizons to the scope of the debate and give you a good handle on its main ideas. 430 pgs, sc. ~ Bob

  • Item #: 061175
    ISBN: 9781402219153
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    Kids ask questions – awkward, messy, tough and annoying questions. Everybody knows this. Are you prepared to answer them – to answer them well? This little book responds to the 50 questions that young ones ask most often (questions were supplied by parents across the United States and from several foreign countries). For each question, the author sets the stage and then “uncovers the meaning” – looking at what is going on behind the scenes. Then she gently lays out the “best way to respond” – with humor, grace, and wisdom. Written from a family psychologist perspective laced with common sense, you’ll feel “armed” when your little one next confronts you with his innocent questions. 218 pgs, small-sized (5” x 7”) pb. ~ Janice

  • Item #: 068238
    ISBN: 9781539670797
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      A Lesson Tests and Answer Keys book contains the lesson tests, test answers and the answer key for the student workbook. Lesson tests contain multiple choice questions and photocopying within one family is permissible per the author.

  • Item #: 057627
    ISBN: 9781589976788
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    I don't think kids are the only ones who ask tough questions about Christianity, and this book would be helpful for anyone who is trying to answer the questions. Have you ever had that moment when you're asked a question, and in your head you know the answer, but don't know exactly how to put it into words? This book by Alex McFarland from Focus on the Family offers answers that might help you find the words. Five chapters focus on questions about God the Father, Jesus the Son, the Trinity and Holy Spirit, the Bible, and the Church. This 280-page resource can be a tremendous help when you're trying to explain tough concepts to children and friends. ~ Donna

  • Item #: 056907
    ISBN: 9780310339557
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    From its handy little size (4.75" x 6.75") and inviting format to its to-the-heart-of-it questions and Bible-revealing answers, this is a book that you need to have at hand and one you'll want to give to others (high school graduations?). Its 60 questions are grouped according to answers: Answers about God, the Creator; Answers about the Bible; Answers about Jesus; Answers to other Challenges to Christianity; and Turning Answers into Action. Written with the same candor and investigative journalism approach used in Lee Strobel's other Case for ___ books, you'll be strengthened in your faith and encouraged in your Christian walk. Each question is presented with straight-forward, succinct answers coupled with Scripture references – usually 2-3 pages of text per question. 214 pgs, hc ~ Janice

  • Item #: 053535
    ISBN: 9781935000235
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    A supplement that provides 1001 questions (about 26 per chapter) for Introductory Logic. This would be a helpful resource if you were looking for additional examples for each chapter or material for creating tests. The questions are divided by lesson and numbered for quick reference. Answers are provided. Spiral-bound.