Monday, December 20, 2010

New requests!

Since I finished reading Slave by John MacArthur, I thought I would request another book :) This one looks really informational, and packed full of valuable knowledge. :) Here is BookSneezes description of the book:

An unbiased examination and compelling courtroom presentation revealing the undeniable facts of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Intelligent, fair, and remarkably compelling, The Jesus Inquest argues the case both for and against the resurrection of Christ. Point-by-point, Foster, in turn as both barrister X and Y, leaves no theological stone or dissenter's rock unturned as he digs for answers and the truth. In the end he is more convinced that Jesus is real, that He did rise again, and that He lives to offer forgiveness and hope to all who come to Him.

Anyway, I just requested it and am looking forward to reading it!

And on another happy note, Tyndale had a video available for review! I just requested this fun looking video to watch with the kids! :) Their description:

Using colorful animation, fun characters, and great lessons, Paws & Tales is an exciting tool for helping build godly character into kids. Based on the “Paws & Tales” nationally broadcast radio program presented by Chuck Swindoll’s Insight for Living, the Paws & Tales videos communicate biblical truth and show kids how they can apply it to real life. Kids will be captivated by the adventure, caught up in the laughter, and carried away in the fun . . . and the whole time they'll be on their way to understanding solid Bible theology. This first DVD in the series, based on Psalm 23:1 and Proverbs 10:25, teaches kids that God cares for them. The DVD features two full-length animated episodes, music videos, an e-book, activities, and parent resources.
Chuck Swindoll comments to parents: “Laying a good spiritual foundation in your children is essential . . . and even better when it’s reinforced early and often. Paws & Tales is a great tool for helping you build godly character into your kids.”

1 comment:

  1. I looked at the booksneeze books yesterday and picked the same thing (mentally ha). None of the other books look interesting. I stil haven't finished Slave (it's good but hard to focus on with distractions :P) so maybe they will have something different out when I finally get to pick one. Anyways can't wait to read your review on this and the video.