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Reviewed by Astrid Iustulin for Readers' Favorite
Sometimes, we wonder how we can effectively explain to boys and girls the virtues and sins of the characters in the Bible, but too often we do not know how to accomplish this delicate task. It is thanks to Echoes From the Old Testament: Wisdom for Teens by Quinn Morris that we will find it easier to tell these stories and reveal their meanings. This book collects the lives of some of the remarkable women of the Old Testament, but not in the usual way. After an introduction where readers will learn or refresh their memories about each character, our heroines answer questions from curious young people. What question would you have liked to ask Eve, Ruth, Delilah, Deborah, and the others? You will find the answer here.
Echoes From the Old Testament: Wisdom for Teens is a book I loved because of the ingenuity with which Quinn Morris used the stories of the Old Testament. I had never thought that the characters I had heard of from childhood could tell us their point of view by answering questions from youngsters of our modern era. This is an enjoyable read and I also liked that, at the end of each story, the women summarize the lessons our young readers can learn from their experience. I recommend this book to all Christian boys and girls, their mentors, and their parents. I believe it is equally useful to read it by yourself or during group activities.