God on kveller is a huge topic. Like, really huge. Many of us have a hard time figuring out just what we believe about God on our own terms. Throw a 4-year-old in there who demands answers? Yep, even harder. Or is it? We’re devoting the next month to exploring how parents have talked to their kids about God. We’ll get stories from parents of different religions, from devout believers to atheists and everywhere in between. You’ll see posts from New Yorker editor Ben Greenman, children’s book author Laurel Snyder, a practicing Mormon, the formerly-Catholic half of an interfaith marriage, and many more parents who are currently struggling with what to tell (or not tell) their kids about God. We’ll be rolling out one post a day on the blog, so check back here to read them all.
Among the articles you'll find are:
I Tried to Raise a Jew & He Turned Out a Communist
My Daughter Wants to Know Why I Pray My Sons, The (Maybe) Nonbelievers