Apologetics for kids and tweens on the source of moral truth.
How can I be sure what’s right and wrong? Is it all just a matter of opinion? Do we really need God to tell us how to be good people, or can we just figure it out for ourselves? What about situations where there is no one right answer, or when we disagree with others about what the best thing to do is?
In this fun and fast-paced book, Christian Studies teacher and school chaplain Chris Morphew walks 9-13-year-olds through various questions about morality. He makes the case that there is such a thing as right and wrong, and that we need to go to God for solid and satisfying answers.
- An apologetic case for objective morality which connects with the culture today’s children are growing up in
- Points children to the grace and truth of the gospel message
- Includes chapters on disagreeing well with others
- Written for kids who don’t yet identify as Christians as well as those who do
- Chris Morphew
- Publication Date:
- Good Book Co