Table Talk: Episode 03 – Biblical Parenting

0:00:00 – Opening
0:02:10 – Introducing Therina Mol
0:05:48 – St. Augustine and Captain Winters
0:07:50 – Therina’s brief bio
0:12:20 – The Biblical and practical roles of fathers and mothers
0:24:40 – Must husbands be the provider
0:28:00 – What is Biblical Discipline
0:37:00 – How to raise a child if one parent isn’t a believer
0:55:50 – Ways to Biblical Discipline
1:19:30 – Why do godly households breed such ungodly children generally
1:25:25 – A rebellious rude child
1:28:10 – Discipline not producing fruit with young child
1:30:50 – Closing remarks

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  1 comment for “Table Talk: Episode 03 – Biblical Parenting

  1. Dianne
    February 23, 2019 at 11:53 pm

    Thanks so much for this, it was very helpful. You could talk about this subject for weeks. Perhaps if you have a follow up you could talk about apologising? Should we encourage the child to say sorry? What if they are only sorry they got disciplined not sorry that they did something wrong? Can our disciplining really cause their hearts to change? Do we encourage them to ask God to forgive them? Perhaps you could talk about how Christian’s repent and what that means eg why do we need to ask God to forgive us if we are already forgiven. Perhaps you can suggest some articles to read on this subject? Thanks again, really enjoying the biblical instruction.

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