So whichever way you stand on the nature nurture debate, Kierkegaard was always likely to turn out a depressive.
They have only vague, dim ideas about feelings, the development and nurture of human emotions.
At stake is not the status of marriage in our society (important though that is) but the safe and sensitive nurture of all our children from whatever home background they come.
The church is the seedbed of gospel preachers, and we must value and nurture what God plants among us.
Moreover, the Christian nurture model offered worried Protestant parents a much firmer guarantee of a child's good outcome.
Religion is a product of nurture and therefore a matter of choice. I reject discrimination on the grounds of religion.
In a John Steinbeck novel, two characters engage in the nature vs. nurture argument.
Then we are left with an empirical question of understanding how nature and nurture interact.
we are all what nature and nurture have made us
We must make the proper nurture of children our highest priority, but this can never be done in a risk-free way.