Talking to Your Child about God: A Book for Families of All Faiths

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Perigee Book, Dec 1, 1994 - Children - 213 pages
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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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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 ... Read full review

Talking to your child about God

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Author of Dear God: Children's Letters to God (Doubleday, 1987), Heller believes that the greatest gift a parent can give his or her child is "the gift of a soula set of values and understandings with ... Read full review


Creating a Healthy Spiritual Atmosphere
Knowing Yourself Spiritually

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David Heller is the author of "Dear God: Children's Letters to God, The Pleasures of Psychology," and "Power in Psychotherapeutic Practice," His work on children's views of God has been featured on "20/20" and the "PTL Club Network" and in "USA Today, Psychology Today, Catholic Digest, Working Mother, "and" Good Housekeeping," He holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology.

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