Item description for Three In One-A Picture Of God by Joanne Marxhausen, Ed Koehler & Benjamin Marxhausen...
Overview Now reissued in hardback, this classic uses an apple to effectively explain the Holy Trinity to young children. Children learn that God is three persons--Father, Son, and Holy Spirit--but is one God. Features refreshed artwork.
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Studio: Concordia Publishing House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.32" Width: 7.2" Height: 0.37" Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2004
Publisher Concordia Publishing House
Grade Level Grade School
ISBN 075860680X ISBN13 9780758606808
Availability 0 units.
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Great explanation of the Trinity Mar 26, 2007
This book is a wonderfully simple, yet thorough explanation of the Trinity for children. The author uses an apple to show how the three parts of God are really part of one whole. I love this book, and my kids do too! I bought it after checking it out from the library because of a recommendation from Konos curriculum, and thought it definitely needed to become part of my own personal library. I found it to be doctrinally sound for any Christian (including Catholics).
Difficult concept made simple... Mar 22, 2006
Many times people can't explain the Trinity to adults, let alone try to explain it in terms a child can understand. This book not only helped to clarify questions with my children, but also with myself. I highly recommend this book to anyone who needs help in understanding the Trinity. Another analogy of the Trinity is an egg; the shell, the white, and the yolk.
Explains God very well... Jan 30, 2006
This book is a cool book. It explains how god is like an apple. There are 3 parts the peel (God the father) the flesh (God the son) and the core ( God the holy spirit). It is a very well written book. I would reccomend you to read it.
Explaining the Trinity Oct 20, 2005
This is a clear and concise book which explains the Trinity in a visually appealing manner. It is recommended for all christian faith groups and a wonderful aid for Sunday School or catholic catechism classes.
Very Complete, understandable & helpful Apr 13, 2005
For teaching the basics of the trinity, this book is extremely helpful, fun and I have found adults even helped by the analogies and images given.
You won't go wrong having this in your library and working through the story at bedtime with prayers.