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Talking to Your Child about God: A Book for Families

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For every parent who wants to nurture his or her child's spiritual development, David Heller provides much-needed guidance in one of the most vital areas of life. Without attempting to persuade or convert, Heller's guide helps parents decide how best to impart their own beliefs to their children, and give them a healthy, secure view of the world.
Paperback, 213 pages
Published December 1st 1994 by Perigee Trade (first published November 1st 1988)
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This book was written for families of all faiths--including those kind of cobbled together from many belief systems. As someone who believes strongly that certain things are true, it kind of rubs the wrong way to hear Heller talking about kids "choosing" what to belive in; for him, religion and belief are a very subjective part of life. But he does offer some helpful and interesting points of conversation, and a survey for married partners to take and then compare to one another to get a sense o ...more
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