Chameleon’s Can of Worms – Relativism
Author: J.D. Camorlinga
Go fishing with James and Ruth as they meet a chameleon that challenges their understanding of truth and right and wrong. James and Ruth learn to think carefully about what they believe and why they believe it as their mother teaches them how to think well about absolute truth and relativism. In a world of “true for you, but not for me” this is a perfect conversation starter for families.
Chameleon’s Can of Worms – Relativism Features:
- Hand drawn ink and Prismacolor pencil illustrations fill 34 full-color pages with intriguing creatures and characters.
- Includes a helpful parent-oriented breakdown of relativism after the story with practical suggestions for hands-on learning.
- A recommended children’s apologetics book by author Natasha Crain.
34 pages (Soft Cover)
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