The Big Book of Bible Questions

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About the Author

Amy Parker's children's books have sold more than a million copies, including two Christian Retailing's Best award-winning books and the bestselling books A Night Night Prayer; Night Night, Farm; and Night Night, Train. Visit Amy at and on Instagram @amyparkerbooks and Facebook @amyparkerauthor.

Doug Powell is a dynamic professional, combining his passion for Christian apologetics with his skills as a graphic designer and musician. He holds a Master of Arts degree in Christian Apologetics from Biola University. His design work has run the gamut of media from online medical education courses and corporate Web sites to flash animation. Doug has recorded several albums; Rolling Stone once declared, "Powell makes music that's larger than life." He lives in Nashville, Tennessee.
Annabel loves her job. Nothing makes her happier than making pictures and patterns, drawing characters, cutting, sticking and coloring in. She did her degree in Bristol back in the 90's and has since been illustrating everything from children's books and greeting cards to maps and packaging. She lives in deepest darkest Somerset in England with a house full of boys: a big one, some small ones, and a couple with waggy tails which is lots of muddy fun! She is bursting with ideas and gets very excited about working on new projects. She has a touch of the magpie about her and finds anything shiny almost irresistible. She isn't fond of a second class stamp or brushing her hair but loves a list and a second hand book shop.


Powell, a veteran of adult apologetics, teams up with Christian children's author Parker (Night Night, Zoo, illustrated by Virginia Allyn, 2019, etc.) for this colorful compendium of Bible questions. Starting with basic theology presented in accessible language and engaging illustrations, the authors progress through the Old and New Testaments, answering questions that follow along with the traditional Christian ordering of the books of the Bible. Though more-difficult passages and characters from the source text are glossed over, the authors do an admirable job of presenting Bible stories and doctrinal teaching in a way that is kid-friendly and leaves room for questions the text does not have a firm answer for. Because of this deft flexibility while remaining true to the canon, this book will have broad appeal in a variety of homes and for those curious to learn about core concepts of Christian theology. The pitying attitude expressed toward adherents of non-Christian beliefs, set opposite photographs of an Indian bharatanatyam dancer, a Buddhist monk, a woman in niqab, a child in a kippah, and a professorial-looking white man (a representative atheist?), among others, makes plain its evangelical roots, however. While Tempest's illustrations depict diverse believers, most artwork featured is from Western traditions, and several Bible characters appear white rather than Middle Eastern even though the text explicitly points out these origins of the Bible stories. There is no backmatter. Many Christian families will want to make room on the shelves for this big book.--Kirkus Reviews