I wonder what we teach young Christians.
A relative of mine is attending a selective high school; they all work hard there. Some kids are working 2 years ahead of their age. But when it comes to the 'Scripture' program its mind in the bin time.
There's a place for the more affective sessions with an adult Christian talking about the praxis of faith for adolescents, but there is also room for real intellectual work. I wonder if there is a curriculum for that, so that when bright Christian children leave high school they have a reasonable understanding of the Bible, basic theology, church history and history of theology and apologetics...I wonder.