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

Summary or Keywords

"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

By
Paul M. Gould
and
Ethel M. Gould
Category
What We Believe
Why We Believe
Publication Year
2017
Resource Type
Text-Based Resource
Minimum Familiarity Level
Anyone
Groups that would be especially interested in this resource
Parents


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