Christian couples are unanimous that children are to be raised in the “fear and wisdom of the Lord.” But principles for how best to do that has divided evangelicals, who lack a central authority on spanking, attachment parenting, and entertainment choices, to name but a few hot-button issues. In the post–James Dobson era, when writer-gurus, religious and otherwise, offer quick-fix guidelines on raising kids amid technology saturation and divided families, Christians are learning to extend grace to fellow believers who parent differently.
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- The Russell Moore ShowEpisode 32|29minYour Questions on Doubt, Social Issues, and Spiritual AbuseRussell Moore and producer Ashley Hales respond to listeners.
- Public Schools Aren’t Godless. Ask the Christians Who Feel Called to Stay.Amid pandemic shifts and concerns over controversial curricula, more families have opted for private or homeschool. But many believers see their place in the system.español
- What Can Kids Draw from the Chess Cheating Controversy?As chess champion Magnus Carlsen accuses an American grandmaster, coaches are trying to develop a virtuous love of the game in young players.
- 5 Books on the History of Christian Parenting in AmericaChosen by David P. Setran, author of “Christian Parenting: Wisdom and Perspectives from American History.”
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