Explaining Tough Moral Issues to Kids
Trent Horn and Leila Miller discuss their new book, Made This Way: How to Prepare Kids to Face Today’s Tough Moral Issues.
- 00:46 - How can I talk to a 4 year old about atheism? Her classmate told her God doesn’t exist.
- 09:10 - Should I preempt any of these questions? My kid is 7. Should I approach him or wait for him to ask?
- 17:51 - People often say, "If it is natural law, then why isn’t it naturally apparent to me?" How can I respond to this?
- 28:43 - I am a confirmation instructor. I have a pretty serious reversion story that includes a drug history. How much of that, if any, should I share with the teens?
- 35:00 - I have a 4th grade son. How can I help my son to avoid pornography on the internet as he uses technology more?
- 44:10 - My niece is marrying her girlfriend. How can I write her a loving letter about why I can’t support it?
- 50:25 - How can I speak to parents and in-laws who do not have morally sound theology on these issues?
- 53:00 - How can one explain suicide and euthanasia to kids in a healthy way?