How much should we tell them?
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The rates of pregnancy and venereal disease among teenagers are alarming. Some Christians feel sex-education programs are detrimental and should concentrate mostly on teaching kids to say no. Others feel todays children should know as much as possible about sex so they can make informed decisions. Which approach is the best? And how can we be sure our children learn Christian sexual values?
Table of Contents
SCRIPTURE: Genesis 1:27, 31; 2:2124; Deuteronomy 6:67, 2021, 2425;
Proverbs 3:56; 5:1820; 22:6; Matthew 7:912; 22:3739;
Mark 9:3642; 10:1316; Romans 12:12; 1 Corinthians 6:1520; 7:2; Ephesians 6:4
How influential are parents and teachers in the lives of their children and students?
Who is worse offthe child who learns about birth control at school or the child whose parents and teachers tell him little about sex?
Read Genesis 1:27, 31; 2:2124: How does God feel about the sexuality of his creatures?
Compare Proverbs 5:1820; Matthew 22:3739; Romans 12:12; 1 Corinthians 6:1520; 7:2: How does God want us to handle our sexuality?
Sample application questions:
ARTICLE FROM CHRISTIANITY TODAY
If you have children, how have you approached sex education with them? How are your methods different from those of your parents?
Do the public and private schools in your area teach sex education? If so, what do you know about the programs? Do you agree with what is being taught?
Should Sex Education Teach More Than Abstinence? Debate between Dorothy Williams and Forrest Turpen (CHRISTIANITY TODAY, June 1987).
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