Three Ways to Teach Your Kids Apologetics (Without Them Realizing It)

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"As parents, we want our kids to grow up in a world where belief in God is viewed as reasonable and desirable. Unfortunately, there are loud voices — Internet atheists, new atheists — who think belief in God is on the same level as belief in fairies, leprechauns, and flying spaghetti monsters. And there are other voices — fideists, anti-intellectualists, naïve believers — who equate the evidence for God with the evidence for a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Both views are extreme, and both are mistaken."

apologetics, parenting, kids, reasonable faith, reality, Christ, intentional interaction, questions, question-asking, sticky faith, enduring faith, faith that lasts, conversations, answering questions, develop traditions

Paul M. Gould
Ethel M. Gould
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