Teaching Morality at Church
How do people come by their moral values? Does it happen automatically? Is it a developmental process? If values come out of the Bible, how do they get from the Bible into the heart? Does the congregation have a part to play?
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Last time we talked about teaching morality to children at home as the fourth part of our series on Morality. Today, for the final installment, we’re going to talk about the church’s role in the moral development of children.
Robert Coles said that each child presents us with a moral challenge. That is true. It’s kind of ironic. While we’re talking about teaching morality to children, they’re also challenging us. We have to learn about morality if we’re going to teach them. So that’s a powerful statement, but what does it mean in practical terms?