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Many children's books portray the Flood and Noah as a fairy tale. That's not true! This book teaches about this all from a biblical perspective! Excellent for early grade school and other young explorers!
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Ruth Carter is a writer and presenter of kids' workshops at the Creation Museum. In this well-written book, she uses Noah to present the message of new life in Christ.
I Really, Really, Really Want Answers About Noah! is well-illustrated, easy and fun-to-read, scientifically accurate and Bible-honoring. It might just inspire children to become a creation geologist some day and find more evidence that confirms God's trustworthy Word.
“ With the opening of the Ark Encounter themed attraction and its life-size Ark, it's possible that all around the world right now, outside of Christ Himself, the most-talked-about character in the Bible is Noah. Not only does Ruth Carter's children's book answer, at a level that kids will understand, the most-asked questions about Noah's Ark and the Flood, her book is ultimately evangelistic. Just as Noah's Ark is a vessel for salvation, Ruth points out that Christ is our Ark of salvation today. ”
“ Far too many children's books about the Flood and Noah's Ark make the biblical account seem like nothing more than a fairy tale. Ruth Carter's book is a welcome relief from these misrepresentations because it takes God's Word seriously, treating the Flood and the Ark as real history and pointing to scientific evidence for the Flood and in our world today. ”
“ Ruth Carter has a real knack for writing books to help young children understand critical truths from Genesis 1-11. Following her wonderful books on fossils and ape-men, this one on Noah's Flood is another winner. It teaches the biblical truth, but also introduces kids to some of the scientific evidence that confirms the truth of Genesis 6-9. Maybe it will give your child a desire to be a creation geologist some day and help us find more evidence that confirms God's trustworthy Word. ”