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Article: Explorer Series #1 Refurbished

It was 2002 when Apologetics Press embarked on a monumental project to produce Bible class curriculum material to teach 3rd through 6th graders Christian evidences. Those efforts yielded the Explorer Series, which takes curious young minds on fascinating journeys through God’s Word and God’s world. Journey #1—“Christian Evidences for Kids”—was intended to enable young people to examine proof for the existence of God and the inspiration of the Bible.

This series has served the church well now for 14 years. We are delighted to announce that we have completed a revision and update that makes improvements on the original. The first journey includes facts from science that young people can use to refute the theory of evolution (including false ideas about their alleged ape-like ancestry). They are exposed to the evidence that dinosaurs and humans lived on the Earth at the same time. They can discover eternal truths about the deity of Christ and the uniqueness of His church. And many other answers are provided.

There are 13 lessons in the journey, which are each 8-page, full-color lessons with professional artwork and illustrations that definitely appeal to young readers. Activities, such as puzzles, word-finds, fill-in-the-blanks, true/false questions, and mazes are used to emphasize the material covered in each lesson.

The series is designed so Bible school teachers have the freedom to send individual lessons home with each child, or compile all 13 lessons into a notebook that can be used in class and then given to the child for future reference at the end of the quarter. Sets containing all 13 lessons are shrink-wrapped. We recommend this series for use by Sunday morning and Wednesday night Bible classes, homeschools, VBS classes, Christian schools, and summer camps. All eight journeys are recommended for use in the AP Bible Class Curriculum available at our site.


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