I actually look forward to tackling a few theological questions one day with my children.
For I am bad at so many things.
But, somehow, I have become more and more capable of thinking out difficult philosophical and theological questions.
Of course, all I am typically doing is quoting a book I read somewhere.
What else can we do?
There is nothing new under the sun (Ecclesiastes 1:9).
I hope and pray my children, above all, find the truth.
Girls from sixteen to nineteen need teachers who will let them ask tough questions —and not feel like they have to give them the answers. Point these girls toward the Bible, have them pray and write about what they believe God is saying to them, ask them more questions, and stir them to discover truth rather than hand it to them.
-Melissa Trevathan and Sissy Goff, Raising Girls