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Reviewed by Ray Simmons for Readers' Favorite
I like the idea behind Jwyan C. Johnson’s WordPlay New Christian Parables 2: The Lawyer's Lullaby & A Maze In Grace. I like the idea that the Bible can be fun and relevant to modern life, as well as a great learning experience. My mother is Southern Baptist. My father is African Methodist Episcopal Zion, usually referred to as Sunday of my life up until I was sixteen. So I know my Bible. You could say I overdosed on it because for a long while after I was out in the world on my own, the last place I wanted to be was in a church. But the teachings and habits of youth, especially those instilled in us by our parents and the respectable members of our churches, are hard to break free from. I might not ever have wanted to break free of the church if the lessons of the Bible had been presented to me in the fulfilled, interesting manner used by Jwyan C. Johnson in WordPlay New Christian Parables 2.
My version of WordPlay New Christian Parables 2 has a live link to a website that is as colorful and full of fun ways to present the Bible as the book itself. Jwyan C. Johnson has created a book that can be used as a great tool to teach kids the moral lessons of Christianity without boring them to tears. Adults can learn from WordPlay New Christian Parables 2 also, but even more important in my opinion is that the entire process can be done together as a family. I highly recommend this book to every Christian family with kids in the house. You will enjoy the parables, the fun facts, and activities, and move closer to each other as you move closer to God. I wish I had discovered this book before my kids grew up.