Apologetics Books for Kids

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Over the summer, our church offered some Biblical apologetics classes. My husband and I were excited to be able to attend one of them.

Wow! There were so many things that I didn’t know and that I had not studied. It was such an excellent class that encouraged me to dive more deeply into the Bible and explore the why’s behind what I believe.

The class made me realize just how much I lacked in knowledge of the Christian faith. I don’t want my kids to be able to say the same.

So, I’ve started a quest to learn more apologetics and understand the basis of my faith alongside my kids.

To do this, I’ve made a list of apologetics books for kids. Every fall, we’ll be going through some of these books as a family during our morning basket time.

If you’d like to add this study into your homeschool, here’s a wonderful book list to get you started!

Case for Christ for Kids

Case for Faith for Kids

Case for Grace for Kids

Case for a Creator for Kids

Case for Miracles for Kids

Cold Case Christianity for Kids

The Awesome Book of Bible Answers for Kids

Forensic Faith for Kids

God’s Crime Scene for Kids

The Bible Explorer’s Guide

If I Could Ask God Anything

The World Jesus Knew

Bible Infographics for Kids

The Radical Book for Kids

Answers for Kids

The Ology: Ancient Truths, Ever New

The Biggest Story: How the Snake Crusher Brings Us Back to the Garden

The Garden, the Curtain, and the Cross

God’s Very Good Idea: A True Story of God’s Delightfully Different

What Every Child Should Know About Prayer

Thoughts to Make Your Heart Sing

I Am: 40 Reasons to Trust God

Everything a Child Should Know About God

Find more homeschool resources and tips here:

Resources for a Homeschool Morning Time

Audiobooks for Kids

I Failed at Homeschooling

How to Plan Your Homeschool Year

2 thoughts on “Apologetics Books for Kids

  1. I am so excited about this list! Thanks for sharing. Can’t wait to start diving in. I might learn a thing or two myself. My son is only a year old right now. But I want him to have a strong Christian foundation. So I plan to start as early as possible!

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