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Talking to Kids About Faith

What an Atheist Told His Daughter When She Asked About God

David Lesser | Posted 08.24.2014 | Parents
David Lesser

I choose to put my faith in the things I can see or that can be proven: my family, myself and, yeah, science. I do not always understand these things -- hence, the faith part. But, through my own experiences, I know these things are real. Other people may feel the same way about God.

Dadmissions: The Jewish Guy at Mass

Pete Wilgoren | Posted 10.06.2013 | Parents
Pete Wilgoren

He asked if I knew the meaning of everything on the outside of the church. I told him no and confessed I was Jewish. He asked if I was a Jew for Jesus. I told him no again, and said, "My wife is Catholic. Her faith is very important to her. So being here is very important to me."

The Existential Weight of Motherhood: 'Will I Die, Mom?'

Kim Siegal | Posted 10.01.2013 | Parents
Kim Siegal

Maybe this is typical of our age. We go through a cycle of some kind of a religious upbringing, then challenge and question it in our youth, come back to it for the sake of our children as young parents and then maybe cling to it more deeply when we're faced with crisis or our own mortality.