A few weeks ago, I was teaching some students the definition of a concept that one of the kids didn’t believe in. And honestly, I didn’t believe in it either. The kid eventually asked me, “Why do we need to learn this definition if we don’t believe it?”
And I said, “THAT—is a great question.”
That question applies to the topic of worldviews.
I address this topic in the latest episode CHRISTIAN PARENT/CRAZY WORLD, a new podcast that addresses critical cultural issues to help parents raise godly kids in an ungodly world. Recent episodes address critical topics like: How Do I Teach My Kids to Contend for Their Faith?, Is Christianity Just a Religion of Do’s and Don’ts?, and Is the Bible Just a Book Written by Ancient Dead Guys?
Some might argue that we should just teach our kids about the principles of the Christian faith and ignore other worldviews. Isn’t knowing the truth enough?
I don’t think so. Click HERE to discover FIVE reasons why we want to teach our kids other worldviews.
Catherine Segars is an award-winning actress and playwright — turned stay-at-home-mother—turned author, speaker and blogger. She is dedicated to helping other women see their worth in a season when they often feel less-than.
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