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A: In a recent article titled “Why I Raise My Children Without God,” the guest writer (an atheist) characterizes her interactions with her children while they were young as “lying” to them and “brainwashing” them. She writes that when her son was three years old, he had questions about heaven:
The writer goes on to explain that she decided to stop telling her children things she didn’t believe herself.
As parents, of course we should be truthful with our children. And at Answers in Genesis, we advocate that children should be taught to think critically about the claims underlying any idea. However, it is not truthful to raise our children entirely “without God” because God has revealed Himself in Scripture and in nature (Romans 1).
Continue reading to see how withholding this information from our children is not only untruthful, but it’s the very “brainwashing” that this woman is so concerned about.
The Truth Chronicles 4-Pack
Four teens find themselves caught up in the issues of everyday life and thrust into events they never expected. Their travels back in time lead them to questions about their own existence and the existence of God. One of the teens uses her firm faith in God and His Word to challenge the thinking of her friends.
Fish hands?: Development of “pre-hands” in fish said to show how terrestrial animals evolved limbs.
Life? So what.: Pro-abortion writer claims that our “diabolically clever” support for life is a “sneaky, dirty trick.”
Molar roots and our roots: Teeth of Homo erectus grew like modern human teeth but not like chimps.
Tiny dino?: It’s an itsy-bitsy . . . dinosaur? Or bird?
Martian water of life: Looking for water in all the right places.
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