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God at the Kitchen Table: Teaching Your Religious and Moral Beliefs to Your Children Paperback – 1 Mar 2002

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5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Help 5 Jun. 2002
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This is one of the most helpful and important parenting books I've read in a long time. For a mom like me who is not too big into organized religion I've struggled with how to pass along some basic beliefs to my kids. The book is filled with specific ideas and examples that make the process much easier. Just as important, it has helped me think about God and religion in new and positive ways. While the scripts on teaching virtues got alittle tedious for me, the ones on teaching trust in God, learning patience, and saying no to drugs and teen sex look to be of value. I wholeheartedly recommend this book to parents.
5.0 out of 5 stars A Fresh Perspective on Spiritual Teaching 5 May 2004
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I come from a conservative Christian background (and am still an evangelical), but was interested in reading a less Christian-ese approach to teaching my children about God. I found this book to be very practical and it provoked my thinking about how to make religious/spiritual/moral conversation and observance a natural part of our family life. The author is clearly a theist, but the absence of further specifics make this book a non-threatening option for couples of different faiths.
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