Apologetics Resources for Parents, Grandparents & Kids

* Photo courtesy of MamaBearApologetics.com

It is never too early to start teaching kids Christian Apologetics and critical thinking. For all the parents and grandparents who have asked which apologetics materials I recommend for parents and kids, I have put together this brief list. I will continue to update it. 
And in case you are wondering why kids need apologetics, read this great article by my good friend Hillary Morgan Ferrer, "Why Your Children DO Need Apologetics: Correcting Misconceptions."
(Note: this list does not include many apologetics books. These are specific for parents and kids.)

For Parents: 



Talking with Your Kids about God: 30 Conversations Every Christian Parent Must Have by Natasha Crain (2017) 

Foundation: Comparative Worldview Curriculum by Elizabeth Urbanowicz (2018) 

For 8-12 year old kids (or even 6-7 year olds):


  

For 9-12 year old kids:


Case for a Creator for Kids by Lee Strobel (2010) 

Case for Faith for Kids by Lee Strobel (2010) 


For kids 7 and up:





For 5-8 year old kids: 




Fox and the Hard Day: Picture Book Apologetics with James and Ruth (Volume 4) by J.D. Camorlinga (2016)


Pooch and the Pearly Gates: Picture Book Apologetics with James and Ruth (Volume 5) by J.D. Camorlinga (2017) 

Pitfalls: A Quick Guide to Identifying Logical Fallacies for Families by J.D. Camorlinga (2015) 

Websites: 

Christian Mom Thoughts 
Mama Bear Apologetics 
Theology Mom 

FOR A LONGER LIST OF RECOMMENDATIONS, VISIT RATIO CHRISTI'S RESOURCE PAGE.



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