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Talking With Your Kids About God

Talking with Your Kids about God

“Knowing that atheists consistently claim there’s ‘no evidence’ for God, we need to raise kids who understand what, exactly, that means and how to think critically about such claims.”

– Natasha Crain 

 

Title: Talking with Your Kids about God

Author: Natasha Crain

Who should read this? Dads and Moms

Brief summary: This book is essentially a guide for having 30 critical conversations about God with our kids. Each chapter explains a new issue, includes a simple list of the related key points, and has a conversation guide. The goal of this book, as well as all of Natasha Crain’s material (see her blog: christianmomthoughts.com), is to equip parents as they seek to raise kids who understand the rational and logical reasoning behind the Christian faith.

What I like about it: We need resources like this! Our culture is becoming more and more anti-Christian, and it’s foolish to think we can send our kids into the world without equipping them to think logically about God, the Bible, and Christianity as a whole. Natasha’s material is just what we need to remember the key apologetic issues we should cover, and she does a great job unpacking each one.

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