I WANTED TO KNOW ALL ABOUT GOD by Virginia L. Kroll

I WANTED TO KNOW ALL ABOUT GOD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

I wondered if God is strong, and the ocean roared in my ears."" ""I wondered if God is caring, and the new boy shared his crayons with me."" Through a dozen such observations, Kroll builds the idea that God's attributes can be discovered in many ways in ""His Creation,"" in the natural world and in people's generosity and love -- a kindly, all-embracing, nonsectarian view of a deity whose likes include children of different colors, as shown in Jenkins's lush, sun-dappled paintings of glowing kids enjoying a snowy day, admiring a spider's web, or wrapped in Grandma's embrace. An attractive discussion opener.

Pub Date: Feb. 1st, 1994
ISBN: 0802850782
Page count: 32pp
Publisher: Eerdmans