In the Charles Dickens classic A Christmas Carol, the reclusive curmudgeon, Ebenezer Scrooge is visited on Christmas Eve by four spirits who force him to examine his selfish ways. When Scrooge awakens on Christmas morning, he is a new man, flinging open the windows of spiritual transformation and given to an entirely new outlook on life.
A Christmas Carol Book and Bible Study Guide includes the entire book of this Dickens classic as well as Bible study discussion questions for each chapter, Scripture references, and related commentary.
Detailed character sketches and an easy-to-read book summary provide deep insights into each character while examining the book’s themes of greed, isolation, guilt, blame, compassion, generosity, transformation, forgiveness, and finally redemption. To help with those more difficult discussion questions, a complete Answer Guide is available for free online.
This complete Bible study experience is perfect for book clubs, church groups, homeschool and Christian schools as well as independent study.
Biography of Author
Alan Vermilye has worked in Christian publishing for 20 years with many top selling Bible study authors as well as Christian musicians. He is an Amazon Best Seller and the author of The Screwtape Letters Study Guide, The Screwtape Letters Study Guide for Teens, Screwtape Proposes a Toast Study Guide, The Great Divorce Study Guide, The Problem with Pain Study Guide, A Christmas Carol Study Guide, and he created the very popular Big Shiny Planet Bible Study Series used by thousands of church youth groups worldwide.
You’ll know by now I love bibles, and bible studies. I have tried to see all the varied Christmas Carol’s because it is one of many favorites of mine. Mater of fact my church put on a play to A Christmas Carol a few years ago where my two daughter’s and I were carolers. I found this study to be uplifting and refreshing especially for this time of year. This study has 5 Staves and 5 questions area after each Stave. The questions are really made for this generation which I love because my 12 year old wants to do this study with a few friends now. I love the three ghost chapters they really helped me see a bigger picture, one I never saw biblically. Yes I would buy this as a gift for a friend or family , and yes I feel tween and older could understand and enjoy this take on “A Christmas Carol”. Here are a few images for you so you can see this book is well written and a pretty great study to do this time of the year.
I received this material free in exchange for my honest opinion.