How to Help Young Adults Find the Answers to Their Religious Questions?
Young adults have many questions in regards to religious matters. They are motivated to find the answer to all their questions.
Recent researches show that after everything young children learn with their optimism, in adolescence, they grow to be hesitant and less certain. They learn to think about the basic maters in the life and try to reach a system of ideas and beliefs that answers to their intellectual and emotional needs. More than that, the feelings of religious morals and ethics too are awaken in this age along with the other needs, and this makes the adolescents think about the spiritual aspects of life and religious facts.
One’s beliefs are formed in adolescents.
In this age, the young adults are curious and willing to find their ideological identity, so that they could gain a clear “philosophy of life”?. Young adults face with many questions in regards to religious matters and being motivated by the above mentioned drive, young adults seek to find the answers to such questions.
This should be mentioned that families should not leave their children alone in finding the answers to their questions. They need to help them find their answers in a reasonable way. If the parents are educated themselves, they could introduce appropriate books to their children or to talk to them about such matters. If the parents do not have the ability to do this, they should introduce their children to reliable people who do. Such people could help the children find the answer to their questions. School teachers are usually the best options in a situation like this.
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