Item description for The Hartz Boys by Franz Hoffman...
Originally published before the turn of the 20th Century, a tale of three boys who face trials and tribulations that test their character. The accompanying study will provoke thought and stimulate questions that will tug on the heartstrings of both young and old. This lost work of art is uncovered for your family with a study that will bring you closer by digging deeper into the wellspring of life, our hearts. Chris and Lisa are the parents of five children, Hannah (11), Zachary (9), Joshua (6), Benjamin (4) and Samuel (1). Chris is currently a Captain in the United States Army and Lisa is a Registered Nurse, more importantly she is the Williams Family Teacher as we home-school our 5 children. Chris and Lisa have moved around this wonderful nation (courtesy of the U.S. Army) and have met so many people that they feel God has truly blessed them with an abundance of friendships. There truly are too many people to list. As they continue their endeavors it is their hope and prayer that they see more people come to Christ as a result of their lives.
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 4.99" Width: 7.99" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.32 lbs.
Release Date Jan 8, 2008
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1604773391 ISBN13 9781604773392
Availability 77 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 19, 2017 02:19.
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Hartz Boys?
Nice story, poor theology Nov 17, 2008
I bought this book because I am interested in the Harz Mountains in Germany and it was very helpful in giving a feel for life there in the late 1880s. But this reprint with study helps was disappointing. Firstly, it simply has too many typos. Did anyone ever proof read this? Usually you can make out what the sentence means, but it was very frustrating! Secondly, the theology is disappointing. Both the original and this reprint seem to be a shallow attempt to help children be good by simply telling them to do better and get rid of the bad in their lives with their own strength. The new study helps at the end of each chapter are just as shallow. As a supposedly Christian book, where's the gospel? Where's the full and free forgiveness we have in Jesus? And where's the strength and power to do better that the gospel supplies? They're sadly missing in this book!