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<transcy>Teaching Bible Stories to Children (Enseigner les récits bibliques aux enfants) </transcy>

John H. Walton
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The story of Cain and Abel, the story of Judas’s betrayal, and more are told to children in Sunday school, in their Bible study groups, and even at home. But these stories raise multiple questions for teachers and parents. How to understand them, transmit them, and how to do it in a way that is faithful to the biblical message?

This book covers 175 biblical accounts, from the Old and New Testaments. Parents and Bible school teachers, and even preachers and adult educators, will find ways to better understand each story, receive answers to the questions they raise, and learn to spot its main message. 

For each narrative text, the authors discuss: the theme, possible applications, the place in the whole biblical account, the difficult questions, the historical and cultural context, and how each age group can receive the message. The first part of the book addresses several more general but essential questions, such as how and why to teach the Bible; it also offers a two-year education program. The set is a good tool that will support teachers and parents in their process of transmitting knowledge of the Bible and of God.


John H. Walton is an Old Testament professor at Wheaton College, Chicago. He is the author of numerous books, including Bible commentaries for preachers and Bible story books for children.

Kim E. Walton is a Sunday school teacher and children's textbook editor.


Publisher : Excelsis
Publication : July 2014
Pages : 554 p
Weight : 1050 g
Dimensions : 17.8 x 24.4 x 3.2 centimeters
ISBN : 9782755001938