Talking to your child about God
For every parent who wants to nurture his or her child's spiritual development, David Heller provides much-needed guidance in one of the most vital areas of life. Without attempting to persuade or convert, Heller's guide helps parents decide how best to impart their own beliefs to their children, and give them a healthy, secure view of the world.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
This book is awesome specifically for the lists of questions at the end of most chapters. I love a good philosophical discussion, and the questions it asks, about the nature of God in general, or Judaism, or Catholicism, etc., not only will leave you with growing insight into your own or your child's beliefs, but will also teach you a lot about the various religions, and provide a good jumping off point for further study. If I were building a church library, I would definitely include this book. And intend to buy it myself someday as well.
Review: Talking to Your Child about God: A Book for FamiliesUser Review - Andria - Goodreads
This book was written for families of all faiths--including those kind of cobbled together from many belief systems. As someone who believes strongly that certain things are true, it kind of rubs the ... Read full review
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