What is important is that they understand why Christians believe these things. Even if we cover both the what and the why of Christianity, we must still anticipate another key area of concern. Many young people have been confronted by skeptical non-Christians who have stumped them with questions that could have been answered with the right training. Such questions deal with the problem of evil, the nature of miracles, the blight of relativism, and the claims of other religions. The good news is that Christian thinkers over the years have also wrestled with these same questions and have come up with good answers.
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Many of the best responses are found in the web sites and books that follow in the next part of this article. Most Christians would agree that the above three steps are important, but they might feel inadequate to cover all that territory. But many good web sites and books are available to help teachers.
Stand to Reason www.
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- In Search of Myself: A man’s troublesome journey towards his homosexual emancipation!
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- Ruled Britannia und Fait Accompli - Mögliche Invasionsszenarien in der britischen speculative novel mit besonderer Berücksichtigung des Deutschlandbildes (German Edition)!
- Dont Disturb the Neighbors: The US and Democracy in Mexico, 1980-1995.
Campus Crusade for Christ www. Alpha and Omega Ministries www.
Christian Research Institute, where Hank Hanegraaf is the president, has material on cults and Christianity www. For all areas of apologetics, people can use Leadership University www.
Another good source is Apologetics Information Ministry www. There are many good books available for those interested in teaching these three vital areas of the Christian faith. Instead, they need to realize there are many valuable resources they can use to help provide clear evidence for our faith.
The goal of all this is to create clear-thinking Christian young people who are not afraid to share their faith. They will see that Christianity can hold its own in the marketplace of ideas.
In these six lessons children will learn answers to these and other pressing questions in kid-friendly language that will help them grow in their faith. Packed full of well-researched, reliable, and fun investigations of some of the biggest questions kids have, The Case for Christ for Kids Curriculum brings Jesus to life by addressing the existence, miracles, ministry, and resurrection of Christ.
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