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I know there are a number of forums out there with great discussions happening, but it seems like it is mostly the same people participating in the discussion.  I’m hoping to get the conversation going on here by asking an open-ended question. The goal is to get the conversation started.  What happens from there is up to you.  I know people don’t comment much on blogs, but I encourage you to leave a response and participate.  Just the process of typing your answer may be beneficial to you.  Please feel free to remain anonymous and use a pseudonym in the name line.

Last month’s question was, “Should we teach kids how to defend their faith (apologetics)?”  The vote was unanimously yes.

So, here’s this month’s questions.

Do you have an active, ongoing process for teaching apologetics to kids?

For added discussion: At what age does your program begin?  Do you feel your programming is effective?  Do you use an apologetics based curriculum or write your own?  If you do not currently have a program for teaching apologetics, what is the biggest thing holding you back?

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