When a foundation of faith, reason, and strong reading skills have been made I think it is time to consider and meditate on introducing other theories of science to your children. I believe it is smart to send out our arrows, whether college, trade school, or work, with some knowledge of popular theories of science. This is my opinion, based on my experience teaching for over 13 years. First, we should consider introducing the Creator to our children and the wonder of it all. Then when the rails are laid, can we consider introducing some apologetics, advocating sides and other theories. What do you say?
I love following the Intelligent Design argumentation which emphasizes “Information is not random.”
If you find “information,” by definition there has been a Designer’s Who has organized the raw data.
For example, if our device becomes infected by a software virus, we don’t say, “Look what random chance has produced!” What we do say and know is “Somewhere an evil hacker has purposefully sabotaged my device!”
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