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Part 5: Mommy, Why Does God Let Bad Things Happen?
After exploring all these topics, you hopefully understand a lot more about why bad things happen. However, you might still wonder if there is any good news about all the bad things we find in our world.
Part 4: Mommy, Why Does God Let Bad Things Happen?
We already talked about why bad things, sad things, scary things, and hurtful things happen – they happen because of sin. You might wonder, "Why didn't God just create us so that we could never sin?
Part 3: Mommy, Why Does God Let Bad Things Happen?
In our previous posts, we saw that bad things are the result of sin. Our first parents, Adam and Eve, chose to rebel against God. Their sin caused creation to be cursed and made it so that all humans are born with a sinful nature.
Part 2: Mommy, Why Does God Let Bad Things Happen?
In our previous post, we looked at the question, "Where do bad things come from?" And we saw that all the bad things we see in our world come from sin.
Part 1: Mommy, Why Does God Let Bad Things Happen?
Sometimes you might wonder, “If God is good, why does He let bad things happen?” That is a great question, and it is a question many people have asked before.
Teaching Our Kids that Christianity is Not Against Science
As Christians, we should want our children to view science as a valuable tool for gaining knowledge about the physical world. However, we need to help them see the foolishness of believing science is the only way of gaining knowledge.
Three Reasons We All Need to Roar Like a Mother (That Means You Too, Gentlemen)
Our children are growing up in a different world than we did. And they are asking deep questions at younger and younger ages. The Mama Bear Apologetics book is a much-needed manual to catch us up to speed on the ideas that influence our kids and their friends.