By Natasha Crain
Empower your children to reply good to the difficult questions that threaten their faith.
It's no mystery that kids of every age are being uncovered to unfavorable feedback of Christianity as they spend time in class, with buddies, or on-line. Are you ready to speak along with your young children approximately how they could successfully resolution the cruel questions that come their way?
In retaining your children on God's aspect, you will find forty of the commonest demanding situations children face—along with transparent, easy-to-understand responses you could speak about jointly. This ebook may also help you...
encourage open discussion on matters your children may perhaps hesitate to speak about
replace your kid's doubts with the arrogance basically God's fact can give
equip your children to construct the great considering abilities crucial for today
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Does the Bible support rape? 32. Does the Bible support human sacrifice? Part 5: Conversations About Science 33. Why do Christians have varying views on how and when God created the world? 34. What is young-Earth creationism? 35. How do mainstream scientists estimate the age of the Earth? 36. What is old-Earth creationism? 37. What is evolution? 38. What are the major pieces of evidence for evolution? 39. What are the major challenges to evolution? 40. What is intelligent design? 10 Tips for Having Deeper Faith Conversations with Your Kids Notes About the Publisher Foreword As a youth pastor, my first class of graduating seniors proved how difficult it can be to keep your kids on God’s side.
22. What are the major theories people use to explain those facts? 23. Why do Christians believe a supernatural resurrection best explains the facts? 24. How can Christians believe miracles are even possible? Part 4: Conversations About the Bible 25. How were the books in the Bible selected? 26. Why were books left out of the Bible? 27. How do we know we can trust the Bible’s authors? 28. How do we know the Bible we have today says what the authors originally wrote? 29. Does the Bible have errors and contradictions?
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Keeping Your Kids on God’s Side: 40 Conversations to Help Them Build a Lasting Faith by Natasha Crain