Judeo-Christian history books

Books listed that I am personally familiar with and would recommend:


“100 Bible Verses that Made America – by pastor, author, & speaker, Robert J. Morgan; “had there been no Bible, there would be no America as we know it; it was the Bible that made America”.

“Exploring the Bible Through History” – by children’s minister, Amber Pike, through “Hendrickson Rose Publishing” and “RoseKidz”; “first in a series of interactive Bible lesson resources based off of Rose Publishing’s Giant 10-Foot Bible Time Line. This book features twenty-five lessons where children, through multiple activity options, explore the Bible and discover God through history. This book of twenty-five lessons takes kids from creation through Revelation”; each one includes memory verse. age-appropriate Bible story, short prayer, small group time, life application, four activity& options with review questions.

“The Law and Liberty Book: Do You Understand God’s Law Upon Your Life and Nation?” – by John Bona and Donald Schanzenbach.

“The World Jesus Knew” – by Seth Pollinger, Ph.D., Director of Content at “Museum of the Bible”;
“immerses the modern reader in the worldwide drama of the first century and depicts an era of global conquest and domination”.

“They Were Christians: The Inspiring Faith of Men and Women Who Changed the World” – by author, screenwriter, & film director, Cristóbal Krusen; interesting account of familiar people in history and others not as unfamiliar and how their faith motivated their lives and accomplishments.

“Why a Star?” (The Little Books of Why) – by Bodie & Brock Thoene; interesting book about the Christmas star that the wise men followed with a focus on astronomy.


“Christian Heroes Then & Now” series (image of “Eric Liddell” book) – by Janet and Geoff Benge.

“Courageous” series – from “Voice of the Martyrs” (VOM); learn about courageous heroes of the faith, 3 of them are the true stories behind some of our holidays; includes Valentine, Patrick, Nicholas, Thomas, Paul, St. Nicholas, & Stephen.

“In God We Trust: Stories of Faith in American History” – by Timothy Crater and Ranelda Hunsicker (could not find bios).

“John Stott: The Humble Leader” – biography for preteens of faithful Christian leader, teacher, and apologist; by Julia Cameron.

“New England Primer” (from 1776) – reprinted 1991 by David Barton of “Wallbuilders”.

“Trailblazers” series; image of Michael Faraday (considered “world’s greatest experimental physicist”) book by Derick Bingham, one of series offering preteens 30 different books of heroes of the Christian faith throughout history; various authors.

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