Friday, July 03, 2015
Bible for Dad's
The devotionals were well written, filled with stories I was able to relate to. While I didn’t read each devotional, if you are looking for a Bible which is easy to read, filled with thoughts and ideas which are practical to dads, then this is a great choice.
I appreciated the section entitled, “Questions Kids Ask” along with a topical section called “fruit of the Spirit Topical Index.” Those were helpful indexes for men to read to help them better understand their children and their faith. There were also 7 articles for kids to read, so they could better understand their dads. I thought that was a novel approach.
The main criticism was the location of the introductions for each book of the Bible. That was in the back of the Bible. While this saved a few pages, having the introduction would have been better immediately preceding the chapter.
Overall, I felt this was a good Bible to purchase as a gift.
I received this book in exchange for an honest review from Booksneeze.com.
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