It is more important than ever for our children to know what they believe and why.
There’s a Big Difference
Last time on License to Parent:
“I think sometimes people confusing walking with somebody with condoning or accepting or validating what they are doing. I can love anyone through any circumstance. But that doesn’t mean that I need to show them that I’m accepting that.
I’ve got gay people that I minister to all the time and they know where I stand and we respect one another. I respect them as a human being and as a person who was created in the image of God but they know that I don’t condone what they’re doing. I can walk with them and I can hold their hand, I can pray with them and I can love them. And they know that I deeply love them but at no point in time am I risking my Christianity to say that I’m validating or accepting or condoning what they’re doing. There is a big difference.”
Discussing Apologetics Today with Dave Glander
That’s our guest, Dave Glander, a former devout atheist before an experience that completely changed his perspective and life purpose. Now he’s a devoted follower of Jesus Christ and serves as a pastor, author, and founder of a youth apologetics summer camp called Equip retreat.
Today we continue our conversation with Dave on equipping our children to defend a biblical worldview with science, history, and the ability to reason. If you missed Part I of this two-part series, be sure to listen to How, Why, and Where With Dave Glander.
The Importance & Impact of a Biblical Worldview
- What is a biblical worldview?
- Why is a biblical worldview so important?
- What do you believe about miracles?
- Why is critical thinking so important?
- What does it mean to have the enemy’s playbook?
- Should you research your own perspective or an opposing one? Why?
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