Each young man is free to decline questions he feels are too personal.
Incidentally, our daughters and current sons-in-law even helped add questions to this list – a list that has grown over the years.
The concepts presented here are helpful guidelines to consider, but the list is not exhaustive.
The “In Focus” profiles are peppered throughout the text of the Bible and deal with subjects like sex, pregnancy, alcoholism, dating, homosexuality, depression, pornography and flirting. It’s like he’s got this secret life.” The feature then advises girls in Lorraine’s situation to “talk with a trusted Christian adult about the issue.
Ron Strom is commentary editor of WND, a post he took in 2006 after serving as a news editor since 2000.
Prior to coming on board with WND, Strom worked in politics in California.
Married and the father of two homeschool graduates, he has served in leadership positions in his church, local nonprofit boards and in county government.
A Bible created especially for girls age 13-16 that includes profiles of fictional teenagers discussing oral sex, lesbianism and “dream” guys is drawing sharp criticism from some Christian parents who say such material should not appear alongside Scripture.