So your kid comes up to you and asks, “Dad, how do we know there’s a God?”
And you . . . freeze.
You say something like “Because I believe there’s a God,” or “We just know,” or “Because there is,” or “Because the Bible says God exists.”
Then your kid does what every kid does: he asks you another question.
A tough one. Like Why?
The little-kid routine of asking why seventeen times in a row can really expose how little you know as an adult.
Then, in your mind, you fast forward a couple of years, and your middle-schooler is asking about dinosaurs, the Big Bang, and Confucius, and you start to have a nervous breakdown.
So, how do you respond?
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