More than 10 million copies sold! "An anthology of the better 'Peanuts' cartoons, this is a straightforward introduction to contemporary theology that is both refreshing and exciting,"---New York Times. Wonderful illustrative material for either the classroom or the pulpit. 127 pages, softcover. Westminster/John Knox.
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Customer Reviews for The Gospel According to Peanuts
Review 1 for The Gospel According to Peanuts
Date:December 29, 2011
I bought a couple of these based on the front cover and the other reviews. I love the biblical counsel and am amazed at how perfectly the accompanying Peanuts comic goes with it! I am buying several more to give away -- including to my pastor.
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Review 2 for The Gospel According to Peanuts
Not quite what I was expecting
Date:December 28, 2011
Although I will surely enjoy this book myself, I was looking for a more children friendly book, written in simpler terms for explaining the Gospel. Although I will not be able to use this text for this purpose, I will enjoy it myself in my own study.
A Classic book with millions sold; it lives as fresh as in its release in 1965. The quality of this "soft back" surpasses my "original hard back!" It is larger, clear reading with improved and enlarged fonts; and of course the Peanuts strips! A book for all ages and a perfect Gift for anyone. Its ease to read, the concepts offered to the reader; equal (if not surpass) any "Theological Conception AL." If you remember it; "revisit the Peanut gang." If you haven't; it would be a "loss not to!" Enjoy!
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Review 4 for The Gospel According to Peanuts
Date:December 21, 2009
Quest Community Church C O Janet Pape
Fantastically relevant to our current culture. Used it as a basis to write a kids' series at church and it communicated the Gospel with amazing clarity with lots of kids recieving Christ! Strongly recommend it!