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The God of the Old Testament: Is it best to ignore some stories?
Is it best to ignore some stories

How do we approach some of the more difficult Bible passages with our children? Maybe we should sugar-coat them, maybe we should heavily edit them in our retellings, maybe we should just not share them at all. Or maybe we should allow the stories to speak for themselves?

Yesterday, today and for ever, You are the same, you never changeWe sing songs with words like these almost every week in church. And yet it highlights...

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