Posts Tagged: Biblia

¿Quién Decidió qué Incluir en la Biblia?

the Bible

Did God or Man Chose the Contents of the Bible? En nuestras últimas dos publicaciones de esta serie, hablamos sobre 1) aspectos de la Biblia que la hacen única entre la literatura mundial, y 2) los materiales físicos utilizados por los antiguos escribas para producir copias de las Escrituras. Ahora profundicemos en una pregunta que… Read more »

¿Es la Biblia Realidad o Ficción?

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por acompañarnos en este segundo post de nuestra nueva serie de blogs de un año que hemos llamado “Juntos en una Aventura”. Nuestro objetivo en este post es profundizar más en si podemos confiar en la Biblia. Los contenidos de la Biblia fueron escritos durante más de 1500 años, por más de… Read more »

Covering the Key Sexual Topics

Remember, you do want them to hear it from YOU first though you may feel they seem too innocent right now. Unfortunately, if you don’t have a frank discussion with your kids about sex, someone else will—the average age of first exposure to Internet pornography is 11 years old [1]. If you want your kids to… Read more »

Millennials and the Bible: 3 Surprising Insights

What do Millennials think about the Bible? Much has been made of the growing post-Christian sentiment among America’s youngest generation of adults. But how has this well-documented turn away from religion affected Millennials’ views of Christianity’s most sacred text? Has the “brand” of the Bible suffered or significantly shifted among young adults?

The Bible: Why Our Youth Need to Know Its Truths

The Bible: Proven Truth. To be American is to embrace individual rights, right? Having been brought up to believe this, today’s young people are uncomfortable with the suggestion that there is only one universal truth. “You can believe that silliness,” they might reply. “But I’ll decide my own truth.” Because Christianity appears exclusive, many young people are uncomfortable… Read more »

The Bible: My Kids Don’t See Its Relevance

Is the Bible Worth Reading?  Mary looked up at her daughter Stephanie. “Hi, Sweetie. How was your first day of college?” “Awesome, Mom! One interesting thing happened.” “What’s that?” asked Mary. She stopped sorting laundry so she could give Stephanie her full attention. “Well, I learned that the university has a multicultural education policy.” “A what?”