Thanks Andre for the analogy and thanks Natasha for the incredible resources! It talks about a lot of topics, but I do know there are probably copyright things you need to observe. Just a thought! Praising the Lord for bringing me to your site! Your posts are just what I need to get my appetite wet again, thank you for sharing your love of our Savior through your passion for His Precious Word! Blessings sweet sister!
Hi, I run one of the leading online apologetics ministries, tektonics. Thank you for this list. I have been away from the church for many years and have recently begun the journey of reexploring my faith, and bringing my 9 year old into the fold at the same time. This will give me a good foundation of where I can begin with her. Great post. I found you from the Cold Case Xianity website.
Your website is a great resource for parents and anyone who loves the children and youth around us. Is it all right if I print the list out? It is technically copyrighted, since you composed it.
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I want to use it in our parent-led home education. These are wonderful questions that not only parents need to learn to answer but also pastors. The young generation is hungry to know what they believe, why they believe and how they ought to believe. Thank you so much for this collections of questions, we as parents and youth pastors, ought to dance with and provide a comprehensive and well reasoned responses for the glory of God and joy of His people. Very important and key questions, thanks a lot for this. It will help me to teach and help my leaders. Thanks again.
I go to mass regularly and struggle with many of these questions. The way I see it, if God is love, all we need to do is love unconditionally. Did he stone the adultering women, or damn each and every nonbeliever? The bible is written by people, and therefore flawed. Igniscient found this list of 65 apologetics questions every Christian parent needs to learn to answer. I am a Christian parent; therefore, if my logic is correct, the author of the list is suggesting […].
Thanks for this very insightful article. As a youth worker, and a leader in our church I am horrified by the number of young people who lose their faith when they leave school and leave home. What is worse is the attitude of many parents and church leaders who feel that their children are immune to the attacks of atheists. Cheers and Blessings from New Zealand. Hi Janice, Here are a few things that helped me, and that came to mind as I tried to answer these questions: 1. Lewis is my favorite writer and was a brilliant apologist. The Institute for Creation Research is a scientific research group of young-earth creationists that see evidence of creation everywhere and engage with other views in much of their published work.
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Answers in Genesis is another group of young-earth creationists, but they focus more on education, worldview, and evangelism. Their stuff is often much easier to understand than the highly technical scientific language of ICR.
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Wonderful list, Natasha. I look forward to your upcoming posts. I have two kids in college and realize more and more why thoughtful discussion in the early years is so very important to what a child believes. God bless you. I think I fail big time, could you put some answers up?? I am feeling overwhelmed! As a grandmother, with a large role in raising two grandsons,I am convinced of the necessity of having the answers but I need guidance.
Do you have any suggestions as to where to begin? Thanks so much for compiling such a great and thorough list! I look forward to reading your answers to all of this. It is SOO important for not only every Christian parent to teach their kids these truths but also for every Christian themself to have some understanding of the Scriptural answers for these often-posed questions. In case it may help you answer some of the questions, especially about Suffering and Evil, my husband wrote 4 books regarding these topics and God.
These questions cover the major topics of having and living out a Christian worldview. Do you have a printer friendly version of this on PDF? Doing The Truth Project Bible study now. These are all important questions. I found most them easy to answer. Nevertheless, we should never take it for granted that we know enough. And as always we need to regard Christ as Lord and be ready to always give an answer for our hope. Another good question is: How do you use the authority of the Bible in your apologetics without using circular reasoning?
We begin where the bible begins. Thanks for this list. This summer I had planned to spend more time with my children and not send them to any camps.
At least 65 days are my summer are covered. Every christian should invest their time in studying and knowing answers to these questions. I can answer most of these either from what I know off the top of my head or from the books on my bookshelf. I love apologetics, and I love this list because my son is four months old, which means that answering these questions will begin in just a few years!
A good list! Although some of the questions do seem a bit contrived. I used to wonder and even ask these questions. As I tested each one and many others I realized the answers were simpler than I expected. It has taught me to trust the bible explicitly.
God does not allow evil and suffering anymore than He allows good. Living in a fractured creation, things happen. This should pause each person to think about their choices in life. Miracles happen all the time. The most troubling last question I had was Jesus promising his disciples a return for them before they die. The bible teaches us they were killed. It would beg the question did Jesus come? I would say yes, He came for each of them and spared them the suffering of their execution.
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As far as the second coming, Jesus did not say when. The bible has a chronological timeline of events that attributes to a belief of closeness of the coming but no method to claim it. All in all, when my faith was tested, I researched the issue and referenced the bible for clarification.
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