Kids Have Big Questions, Too!

Is it worth talking science and faith with children or would it be better to let them wait until they’re old enough to take part in adult science-faith discussions? Are the interactions of science and faith too complicated, conflict-filled or boring for children to think about?


Thanks for sharing! The emphasis on not being afraid to say “I don’t know” is worth repeating for those of us raised on “Answers.”

I’d heard of the Faraday institute before, but didn’t realize they had resources for kids and educators too.


Yes! They’re definitely worth checking out! They’re like the British “sister” org :slight_smile:

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