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Bible Doctrine for Older Children, Second Edition (Beeke)

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James Beeke explains the Christian faith to children aged eleven years and older using over 150 stories and illustrations explaining all the major Christian doctrines in twenty teaching units. The lessons lead children not only to know about the faith but also instruct them on how to live the faith.

The series also includes Bible Doctrine for Younger Children for those aged nine years and older and Bible Doctrine for Teens and Young Adults for those aged thirteen years and older.

The entire series uses a clear, precise, and easy-to-read style that can be used fruitfully for homeschool, church, or family settings.

Features included

  • vocabulary lists
  • illustrative stories
  • key Scripture texts
  • chapter quizzes
  • section reviews
  • activity pages

Table of Contents: 

1. God’s Revelation

The Bible

2. God’s Names

God’s Attributes

The Trinity

3. God’s Decree


4. God’s Creation


5. God’s Providence

6. The Creation of Man

The Image of God

Man’s Soul and Body

The Covenant of Works

7. The Fall of Man



8. The Covenant of Grace

9. The Mediator

The Natures of Jesus Christ

The Names of Jesus Christ

10. The Offices of Jesus Christ

The States of Jesus Christ

11. Doctrinal Standards


Five Points of Calvinism

12. Calling



13. Faith

Types of Faith

14. Justification


15. Prayer

16. The Church

Church Offices

Church Government

Church Discipline

17. The Means of Grace

God’s Word

God’s Law and Gospel

18. God’s Sacraments

Holy Baptism

19. The Lord’s Supper

20. The Soul after Death

Christ’s Second Coming

The Resurrection from the Dead

The Final Judgment


About the Author

James W. Beeke is a life-long educator. He began his career as a teacher. He then served twenty-one years as a Christian School principal. This was followed by positions as Deputy Inspector and then Inspector/Director of Independent Schools - Ministry of Education: Province of British Columbia, Canada. After this, he and his wife moved to China, where he served as Superintendent of Schools for China Maple Leaf Educational Systems (CMLES). Currently he is an Executive Director on the CMLES Board of Directors and serves as its Superintendent of Global Education. He holds a Master's degree in Educational Leadership, is an educational consultant, and speaks for a wide variety of educational conferences and teacher training seminars.