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Christian parenting…a sense of helplessness can overcome the best of Christian parents when they encounter the “great neutralizer” known as the public school science class. Today, this environment can be brutal for your child. Everything you have taught your child up to this point is hit head on with non-absolute dogma. They now enter a world of contradictions while their peers watch closely for every answer they give that contradicts the “teacher,” labeling them as stupid and backward. We are losing way too many of our children to a world view that isn’t even rooted in empirical science. Here is the problem. How do we raise our children with absolute beliefs in a world driven toward non-absolutes? Nowhere is this more incontrovertible than in the curriculum of science. There is portrayed no other view by academia but that of the naturalistic. As we know the naturalistic mindset precludes any possibility of supernatural influence on creation, which in essence shuts the door on true science and leaves no room for the intellectual seeking from the students. Every child needs to feel important and special. Naturalism robs them of this very basic dignity and need. Evolution is a painfully shallow theory built solely upon conjecture and presented in our schools as “fact” with no obligation to the children to answer legitimate logical questions. The First Seed is a modern allegory that teaches children how to think critically and discern conjecture when they hear it. When the great oak tree (which represents academia) cannot answer the final question of the little boy, the parent reading this book can answer his question honestly with “God.”